EMDR – origins and anomalies
Bruce Grimley’s letter in the August issue of The Psychologist in response to my article (‘EMDR – more than a therapy for PTSD’, July 2014) includes a claim by Dr John Grinder that he suggested to Francine Shapiro a way to treat a rape victim and that he is therefore the originator of EMDR. According to Dr Shapiro (personal communication), no such conversation ever took place. Further, even a cursory examination of the content demonstrates the lack of any association to EMDR therapy
Original Work Citation
Logie, R. (2014, September). EMDR – origins and anomalies, 27(9), 638-639
“EMDR – origins and anomalies,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed July 9, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/23096.