Working with Syrian refugees: An evaluation of a pilot project incorporating the EMDR group protocol for children

Description

This paper looks at a practical and creative application of the EMDR Child group protocol, as described by Korkmazla and Kurt at the 2016 EMDR Europe Conference. The development of the pilot programme in line with the needs of Syrian Refugees in the UK is considered and the dif culties addressed. These include adaption for cultural requirements, developmental stage and routine outcome monitoring. The paper will deliver a clear understanding of the components of the programme and the key elements of the EMDR standard protocol embedded within it.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Russell Hurn

Original Work Citation

Hurn, R. (2017, March). Working with Syrian refugees: An evaluation of a pilot project incorporating the EMDR group protocol for children. Presentation (Ali Russell, Chair) at the 15th EMDR Association UK & Ireland Annual Conference & AGM, London, UK

Collection

Citation

“Working with Syrian refugees: An evaluation of a pilot project incorporating the EMDR group protocol for children,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 22, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/24304.

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