EMDR Therapy and American Asian, Native Hawaiian & Pacific Islander Population

The Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) community has been touched by trauma particularly AANHPI military veterans.

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Utilizing EMDR Therapy in Black Communities

EMDRIA member Desyree Dixon, EdD, LCSW-C shares about her experience using EMDR therapy in Black Communities.

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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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EMDRIA Members Respond: Community Cultural Wealth for Black History Month

EMDR therapists celebrate Black History Month using the lens of Community Cultural Wealth to identify resources in their clients.

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BIPOC Perspective on Eating Disorders

BIPOC Perspective on Eating Disorders

In the BIPOC Perspective column, EMDR therapists respond to the question: “Could you offer a specific example of how some aspect of a client’s culture/race was significant as a resource and/or as a challenge in the use of EMDR with a client struggling with an eating disorder or disordered eating?”

Contributors include Elizabeth Sanchez, LMFT, Certified EMDR Therapist, Approved EMDR Consultant, Certified Brainspotting Therapist, Desyree Dixon, Doctoral Candidate EdD, Organizational Change and Leadership, LCSW-C, EMDR Certified Therapist and Consultant; and Cheryl Kenn, LCSW, EMDR Trainer and Consultant.

Read more in this article from the Fall 2023 issue EMDR Therapy & Eating Disorders of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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EMDR Therapy and Intergenerational Trauma

EMDR Therapy and Intergenerational Trauma Healing across generations: Using EMDR therapy for intergenerational trauma Trauma has a profound impact on individuals, families, and even…

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EMDRIA Members Respond: Community Cultural Wealth for Native American Heritage Month

“Community Cultural Wealth” is a framework to recognize and value the cultural assets and strengths of marginalized communities. Cultural Wealth as defined by Yosso…

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EMDRIA Members Respond: Community Cultural Wealth for Hispanic Heritage Month

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Embracing Community Cultural Wealth Hispanic Heritage Month, observed from September 15 to October 15 in the United States, is a…

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Celebrating Community Cultural Wealth

Embracing Community Cultural Wealth Recognizing how communities create safe places for individuals to grow and develop is essential. Reflecting on the rich and diverse…

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BIPOC Perspective on Group Therapy

BIPOC Perspective on Group Therapy

In the BIPOC Perspective column, 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 Group EMDR?”

Contributors include Alejandra Menchaca Guedea, MEd, LPC-S, Lotty Ackerman Mayer, LCSW-S, SEP, and Barbara Banda, M.S., LPC-S, CFRC.

Learn more in this article from the Summer 2023 issue Group Therapy of Go With That Magazine™️.

 


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EMDRIA Members Respond: Celebrating RESI Recipients and BIPOC Mental Health Month

We are celebrating BIPOC Mental Health Month in July by highlighting our RESI recipients. Originally named National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, BIPOC Mental…

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