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Data from Waves 1 and 2 of the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions suggest that, in the United States, approximately 15%…

The development of online EMDR therapy makes it more convenient to obtain psychotherapy and can greatly reduce the treatment cost and patient time.…

After 15 years of dedicated and outstanding service, Dr. Louise Maxfield, Founding Editor of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, has retired…

The mental health around the world is often neglected, especially in underdeveloped and developing countries, although it is a fundamental component…

In the organization of the EMDR Association of therapists in Bosnia and Herzegovina (UEMDRTuBiH) and Trauma Aid UK under the patronage of EMDR…

In this second issue, the reader will find papers about different topics, written by some of the major scholars of the items: EMDR and Complicated…

The lead article in this issue of Social Sciences Directory presents a new model of supervision for practitioners of Eye Movement Desensitisation and…

Cancer is not only a debilitating disease; it can also have devastating effects on a patient's mental health and quality of life. Although the…

This editorial introduces the special issue of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research that commemorates the 25th anniversary of eye movement…

When Michel Hersen asked me (RA) to put together this Special Issue on Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), I quickly agreed. I was…

Since 1989, several publications have brought evidence for the effectiveness of Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy,…

《今回の特集:EMDR…トラウマ治療の新常識》…

Having to cope with life-threatening injury or illness can be very stressful for children and their parents. In medical settings children—and…

An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses an article on Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to…

It is also true that there are at least three relatively new therapies widely practised in North America which can help expedite relief for PTSD…

The Journal of EMDR Practice and Research is now entering its 4th year. The past 3 years have been very productive and the Journal has become well…

This special issue of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research contains a number of articles that address preliminary issues related to these complex…

This issue Traumatology offered theoretical explanations for the apparent active ingredients in these and other new treatments of stress disorders.…

This issue Traumatology discusses about trauma research, treatment, and humanitarian work. One of the article in this issue presents a more humane…

The article offers views on the processes and standards used by professional journals with respect to the review of manuscripts that report…

Sumithra attended the village clinic for three sessions of CBT and EMDR lasting ninety minutes each, during a three week period. EMDR involved…

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This second issue of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research highlights the strong relevance of the clinical application of EMDR (eye movement…

Excerpt. One common theme of much modern pseudoscience is the idea that "power" or "energy" emanates from the human body and can be treated and…

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No one knows what the final verdict on EMDR will be. Given thc enormous pressure to make therapy ever briefer, it seems certain to be given plenty of…

A few years ago I witnessed a curious series of events. David H. Cleaves, Ph.D., a young psychologist doing postgraduate work at The Institute of…

It is easy to become demoralized in the face of repeated assaults on the credibility and legitimacy of our patients, our patients' given histories and…

This editorial provides an overview of the articles featured in the present issue of Traumatology. The first article sheds light on both the plight of…

This editorial provides an overview of the present issue of Traumatology. This issue contains three extensive articles that focus on evidence-based…

Lazrove and Fine describe both the use of and contraindications to EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) in the treatment of DID…

EMDR's use with children and adolescents has come a long way since EMDR was introduced ten years ago.

The efficacy of psychotherapeutic and pharmacotherapeutic approaches in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be regarded as…

We publish in this issue a preliminary and tentative account of the reduction of deviant sexual arousal, as measured by phallometry, by eye movement…

Excerpt: EMDR has come a long way in the 20 years since Francine Shapiro’s 1987 walk in the park. At that time, she noticed that rapid eye movements…

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