EMDR for children: How safe and effective is it?

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Dr. Ricky Greenwald, a pioneer in developing EMDR therapy for children and teens, describes EMDR as “a non-drug, non-hypnosis psychotherapy procedure. The therapist guides the client in concentrating on a troubling memory or emotion while moving the eyes rapidly back and forth (by following the therapist’s fingers). This rapid eye movement, which occurs naturally during dreaming, seems to speed the client’s movement through the healing process.” [Excerpt]

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English

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Janeen Herskovitz

Original Work Citation

Herskovitz, J. (2015, April 30). EMDR for children: How safe and effective is it? GoodTherapy. Retrieved from https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/emdr-for-children-how-safe-and-effective-is-it-0430155 on 6/6/19

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“EMDR for children: How safe and effective is it?,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed July 29, 2021, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/25983.

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