EMDR therapy update: Theory, research and practice
EMDR therapy directly addresses the physiologically stored memory networks that underlie both psychological problems and mental health. This adaptive information processing (AIP) orientation to both case conceptualization and clinical application will be explored in relation to diverse populations. The latest research evaluating both treatment outcomes and underlying mechanisms will be addressed. In addition, research has supported AIP tenets indicating that adverse life experiences are the basis of a wide range of psychological and somatic problems. The implications for EMDR therapy treatment will be explored. Questions collected from participants will also be used to illustrate the ways in which EMDR can be applied.
Original Work Citation
Shapiro, F. (2014, September). EMDR therapy update: Theory, research and practice. Plenary at the 20th EMDR International Association Conference, Denver, CO
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