Brendan McDonough, only survivor of deadly Arizona fire, to speak at EMDR International Association Conference in Philadelphia

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A Wildland Firefighter from 2011, until tragic events unfolded in 2013, McDonough’s job was to save lives, to protect property, and to preserve the forest, fighting some of the most historical and devastating fires our country has seen. His world changed June 30, 2013 when he emerged as the only survivor among the 20 members of the crew from the devastating Arizona fire. ACCORDING to the National Fire Protection Association it was the greatest loss of life for firefighters in a wildfire since 1933, the deadliest wildfire of any kind since 1991, and the greatest loss of firefighters in the United States since the September 11th attacks. EMDR therapy was used to treat Brendan, helping him back to a normal HEALTHY LIFE, and he’ll be thanking EMDR therapists for what they do in giving back people’s lives as well as reaffirming the power of EMDR as an evidence-based psychotherapy.

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Administration. (2015, August 26). Brendan McDonough, only survivor of deadly Arizona fire, to speak at EMDR International Association Conference in Philadelphia. Blackbird PR News. Retrieved from http://www.satprnews.com/2015/08/26/brendan-mcdonough-only-survivor-of-deadly-arizona-fire-to-speak-at-emdr-international-association-conference-in-philadelphia/

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“Brendan McDonough, only survivor of deadly Arizona fire, to speak at EMDR International Association Conference in Philadelphia,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 30, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/23375.

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