自閉スペクトラム症のクライエントをどのように鑑別し,どのようにプランニングするか (特集 つカエル臨床アセスメント : どう見立て,どうプランニングするか)

Differential diagnosis and EMDR treatment planning for clients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)

Description

People with Autism-Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are distinctive in terms of lifestyle, behavior and capabilities due to their characteristic brain development. Thus, they are often viewed as strange and different, and, as a result, are frequently treated unfairly by others, causing trauma. Of clients who want EMDR, the proportion of those with ASD is generally higher than observed in the general population. As ASD brains develop differently from the norm, their brains react differently to trauma and hence their response to bilateral stimulation are often unique to ASD. Therefore, in order to implement EMDR safely to ASD clients, it is necessary to assess whether the client appears to have ASD even if they have never been fully diagnosed. It is also necessary to devise measures for implementing EMDR bearing ASD characteristics in mind. This paper describes methods of assessment and points of caution for reprocessing.

Format

Journal

Language

Japanese

Author(s)

Tamaki Amano

Original Work Citation

Amano, T. (2017, May). [Differential diagnosis and EMDR treatment planning for clients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)]. Japanese Journal of EMDR Research and Practice, 9(1), 23-30. Japanese

Collection

Citation

“自閉スペクトラム症のクライエントをどのように鑑別し,どのようにプランニングするか (特集 つカエル臨床アセスメント : どう見立て,どうプランニングするか) Differential diagnosis and EMDR treatment planning for clients with autism spectrum disorder (ASD),” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 20, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/24629.

Output Formats