EMDR: A new way for patients to look at traumatic memories
Of the eight people who completed EMDR, she said, all reported lower scores on a PTSD index after treatment than they had scored before the treatment. Seven reported needing lower dosages of anti-anxiety and antidepressant medication to maintain mental health stability. And of those, five also reported going from weekly therapy sessions to biweekly or monthly sessions. [Excerpt]
Original Work Citation
Glissman, B. (2014, July 31). EMDR: A new way for patients to look at traumatic memories. Omaha World-Herald. Retrieved from http://www.livewellnebraska.com/health/a-new-way-for-patients-to-look-at-traumatic-memories/article_7255d319-a84d-5114-8a57-ea52d3050678.html
“EMDR: A new way for patients to look at traumatic memories,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed August 1, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/23021.