Research and Treatment Guidelines for EMDR

EMDR therapy is extensively researched and widely recognized as effective trauma therapy. EMDR therapy is recognized as evidenced-based treatment for PTSD and other trauma and stressor disorders in treatment guidelines published by the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, the World Health Organization, and a growing number of national and international organizations. Treatment guidelines are based on reviews that evaluate the research of established evidence-based mental health treatments.

EMDR Research Articles and Posts

Research Corner | December 2019

December 31, 2019

This material was published in the EMDRIA magazine Go With That in December 2019. Research Corner | December 2019

A Clinician’s Guide to the Efficacy of EMDR Therapy

November 30, 2019

Volume 13, Issue 4 of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research (JEMDR) is an important issue for EMDR therapy. In the editorial, Louise Maxfield, JEMDR Editor, points to the…

EMDR Early Intervention

October 11, 2019

EMDR early intervention is important to so many people in the world who are facing traumas such as fires, earthquakes, political and personal violence, and personal loss. Dr. Amanda Roberts…

Research Corner | September 2019

September 30, 2019

This material was published in the EMDRIA magazine Go With That in September 2019. Research Corner | September 2019

Research Corner | June 2019

June 30, 2019

This material was published in the EMDRIA magazine Go With That in June 2019. Research Corner | June 2019

Research Corner | March 2019

March 31, 2019

This material was published in the EMDRIA magazine Go With That in March 2019. Research Corner | March 2019

A 2016 bibliography of EMDR Research with short descriptions, this document covers a wide range of peer-reviewed journal articles about EMDR including meta-analyses, randomized controlled trials, non-randomized studies, and reviews of efficacy and treatment models. It also includes international treatment guidelines and recommendations from mental health agencies.