In the News: February 29, 2024

EMDRIA members and EMDR therapy are featured in various articles and interviews discussing EMDR therapy across news platforms.

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Counselor’s Corner: HIPPA-compliant email platforms

Counselor’s Corner: HIPPA-compliant email platforms

EMDR therapists respond to the question “What HIPPA-compliant email platforms do you use?” in this issue of Go With That Magazine™️.

Read more in this segment with contributions by Toneh Smyth, LCSW, Michele Yarberry, LPC, NCC, RPT, CECP, Melissa Monahan, Robbie Fuller, MA, C-DBT, NCC, LPC-S, Jade DeFrates, Nicole Luk, Ph.D., Erin Hopper, M.A., NCC, LPC-A, TF-CBT, Linda Storm, MA, CCC, CT from the Winter 2024 issue EMDR Therapy and Anxiety of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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Community Voices on Clients with Anxiety

Community Voices on Clients with Anxiety

EMDR therapists respond to the question “Could you offer a specific example of how some aspect of a client’s culture/race was deeply meaningful as a resource and/or as a challenge in the use of EMDR with a client who is struggling with anxiety?”

Learn more in this article from the Winter 2024 issue EMDR Therapy and Anxiety of Go With That Magazine™️ by with contributions by Raychelle Wallace, LMHC, Audrey Seaton-Bacon, Ph.D., Danethia Saunders, LCSW-BACS, Shanae Bezusko, LICSW, APHSW-C, MSW, MNO.

 


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EMDR Case Conceptualization for Fear of Flying in the AANHPI Populations

EMDR Case Conceptualization for Fear of Flying in the AANHPI Populations

This article will take a deep dive into the efficacy of using EMDR therapy with Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders (AANHPI) patients who experience fear of flying under the adaptive information processing (AIP) framework. Following COVID-19, AANHPI flyers fear now that simply boarding an airplane increases the chance of being exposed to discrimination and health risks.

Learn more in this article from the Winter 2024 issue EMDR Therapy and Anxiety of Go With That Magazine™️ by Sherry Yam, MSW, LCSW, with contribution from Merrill Powers, LCSW.

 


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EMDR Phase 1 and Assessment of OCD Subtypes: Meta OCD, Existential, Relational, and Health-Related Concern OCD

EMDR Phase 1 and Assessment of OCD Subtypes: Meta OCD, Existential, Relational, and Health-Related Concern OCD

This article will discuss four subtypes of OCD: meta, existential, relational, and health concern OCD. Each is described along with standard psychometrics available, insight that each subtype offers about the disorder, and the importance of assessment and client history (Phase 1) through the EMDR therapy lens.

Learn more in this article from the Winter 2024 issue EMDR Therapy and Anxiety of Go With That Magazine™️ by C. Paula Krentzel, Ph.D. and Jennifer Tattersall, LCSW.

 


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A Three-Pronged Approach to Treating Anxiety with EMDR Therapy

A Three-Pronged Approach to Treating Anxiety with EMDR Therapy

The experience of anxiety exists on a continuum of mild sensations at one end and a crippling anxiety disorder on the other. The standard protocol is our gold standard for treating anxiety disorders with EMDR therapy. If you can inspire your clients to be curious about what is driving their anxiety, much of their fear and terror can be alleviated.

Learn more in this article from the Winter 2024 issue EMDR Therapy and Anxiety of Go With That Magazine™️ by Jennifer L. Fee, Psy.D.

 


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EMDR Therapy Treatment of Anxiety Disorders, Explanation of the Basic Protocol and Case Conceptualization

EMDR Therapy Treatment of Anxiety Disorders, Explanation of the Basic Protocol and Case Conceptualization

When EMDR Therapy clinicians come for consultation regarding their clients who are suffering from anxiety disorders, they are often overwhelmed by the severe level of the client’s symptomatology and are confused about where to begin.

Learn more in this article from the Winter 2024 issue EMDR Therapy and Anxiety of Go With That Magazine™️ by Priscilla Marquis, Ph.D.

 


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EMDR Therapy and Anxiety (Go With That Magazine™️ Issue)

EMDR Therapy and Anxiety

Go With That Magazine™️ Winter 2024

According to the World Health Organization, more than four percent of the world’s population experience an anxiety disorder. In 2019, 301 million people had this disorder making it the most common of all mental disorders. How can EMDR therapy help? What do EMDR therapists need to know about anxiety to help their clients and patients? Read more about EMDR therapy and anxiety.

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In the News: January 29, 2024

EMDRIA members are featured in various articles and interviews discussing EMDR therapy in this edition of In the News.

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Internalized Sexual Shame in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

Internalized Sexual Shame in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

An endless supply of shame sources exist for our clients. When the clinician has increased awareness of typical shameful experiences, it allows for better history-taking, case conceptualization, and ultimately client success.

Read more in this article from the Fall 2023 issue EMDR Therapy & Eating Disorders of Go With That Magazine™️ by Lauren Kiser, Ph.D. and DaLene Forester, Ph.D.

 


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Resilience: The Intersection of Eating Disorders and EMDR

Resilience: The Intersection of Eating Disorders and EMDR

Resilience is more than a buzzword circulating throughout the therapy community and among the general population. Resilience is a competency that can be learned and developed through treating trauma and in the context of eating disorder (ED) recovery.

Read more in this article from the Fall 2023 issue EMDR Therapy & Eating Disorders of Go With That Magazine™️ by Erica Faulhaber, MA, NCC, LPC, CEDS.


An open access version of this article is available at EMDRIA’s Focal Point blog EMDR and Eating Disorders, published December 15, 2023. 

 


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EMDR Therapy & Eating Disorders (Go With That Magazine™️ Issue)

EMDR Therapy & Eating Disorders

Go With That Magazine™️ Fall 2023

According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), eating disorders affect at least 9 percent of the population worldwide. Eating disorders are among the deadliest mental illnesses, second only to opioid overdose. The statistics for BIPOC and LGBTQA+ populations are more dismal, mainly because of missed opportunities by their doctors. With so many people suffering, how can EMDR therapists help? What do you need to know so you do not miss the signs, and what can you do to help heal? This issue’s authors, who focus their EMDR therapy practices on helping clients or patients with disordered eating, share what they know.

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