Efficacy of intervention through EMDR group protocol in reduction of trauma in school children: Companion of directly affected and indirectly affected group

Description

The data that is presented here is a part of the large pool of data gathered during the course of intervention work carried out in Srinagar after floods during 2014. With the help of technical support of Dr. Rosalie Thomas and Dr. Ignacio Jarero a 2 days comprehensive Integrative Group Protocol (EMDR-IGTP) was developed and implemented. The participants of this study were 138 school children (79 in directly affected group and 59 in indirectly affected group).The age range of the participants was between 11yrs to 16 years. Both boys and girls participated in the study. They were studying in co-educational set up and medium of instruction was English. The measure used was short version of Impact of Life Event Scale (ILE8). This test was given to both groups i.e. directly affected and not directly affected group at pre-test and at post test two months after the group intervention. Mean, SD and ANCOVA was calculated. The results show that there was no significant difference in post test scores of the directly affected group compared to the post test scores of the indirectly affected group while keeping the pre-test scores as co- variate. The results are discussed in terms of its implications for large group trauma counseling work for affected population either directly or indirectly.

Format

Conference

Language

English

Author(s)

Parul Tank
Deepak Gupta

Original Work Citation

Tank, P., & Gupta, D. (2017, April). Efficacy of intervention through EMDR group protocol in reduction of trauma in school children: Companion of directly affected and indirectly affected group. In research symposium (Daeho Kim, Chair). Presentation at the 3rd EMDR Asia International Conference, Shanghai, China

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Citation

“Efficacy of intervention through EMDR group protocol in reduction of trauma in school children: Companion of directly affected and indirectly affected group,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed September 30, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/24403.

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