EMDR training for Bosnia-Herzegovina mental health workers resulted with the founding of Bosnia-Herzegovina EMDR association, which became a full member of EMDR Europe in 2015

Description

Background:
The Humanitarian Assistance Programmes UK and Ireland (HAP) work in partnership with mental health professionals in Bosnia-Herzegovina (BH), the country affected by war 1992– 1995, providing knowledge and expertise in the treatment of trauma, and specifically in the use of EMDR (eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing).

Aim:
In this way, we aim to build a body of qualified and experienced professionals who can establish and sustain their own EMDR training and professional associations in BH.

Method:
Authors described educational process considering the history of idea and its realization through training levels and process of supervision which was provided from the Humanitarian Assistance Program (HAP) of UK and Ireland with non profit, humanitarian approach in sharing skills of EMDR to mental health therapists in BH.

Format

Journal

Language

English

Author(s)

Mevludin Hasanović
Sian Morgan
S. Oakley
A. Richman
I. Pajević
Š. Šabanović

Original Work Citation

Hasanović, M., Morgan, S., Oakley, S., Richman, S., Pajević, I., & Šabanović, Š. (2016, March). EMDR training for Bosnia-Herzegovina mental health workers resulted with the founding of Bosnia-Herzegovina EMDR association, which became a full member of EMDR Europe in 2015. European Psychiatry, 33(Supplement),S693. doi:10.1016/j.eurpsy.2016.01.2066

Collection

Citation

“EMDR training for Bosnia-Herzegovina mental health workers resulted with the founding of Bosnia-Herzegovina EMDR association, which became a full member of EMDR Europe in 2015,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 22, 2018, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/25438.

Output Formats