EMDR integrative group treatment protocol (IGTP)
The EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (EMDR-IGTP) provides individual EMDR therapy in a group setting, ensuring that many individuals can be treated simultaneously. Small or large groups can be made up of patients who have been through the same type of trauma, experience, or diverse trauma histories with unifying circumstance. The effectiveness of this protocol has been documented around the world for large and small groups of adult, adolescent and child participants, with multiple case reports, field studies, randomized controlled trials, and one meta-analysis.
Original Work Citation
Jarero, I. (2018, April). EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP). Presentation at the EMDR Early Intervention and Crisis Response Global Summit Conference, Natick, MA
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