EMDR past, present and future: Personal perspectives

Description

The presenters document contributions to EMDR in the form of research, humanitarian projects and clinical innovation. We authored the first studies on EMDR to appear in JCCP. The first humanitarian project using EMDR started with the Oklahoma City Bombing, and led to the formation of HAP. Other projects undertaken by the presenters had to do with training EMDR therapists to work with children traumatized by disasters around the world. Additional studies and clinical innovations will be reviewed, such as a case series and brain imaging with phantom limb pain. As we have been inspired by the EMDR community, we hope this body of work will inspire others.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Robert Tinker
Sandra Wilson

Original Work Citation

Tinker, R., & Wilson, S. (2014, September). EMDR past, present and future: Personal perspectives. Presentation at the 20th EMDR International Association Conference, Denver, CO

Collection

Citation

“EMDR past, present and future: Personal perspectives,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed December 5, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/22814.

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