Cultural Adaptations of the Standard EMDR Protocol in Five African Countries (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

Qualitative study with Afrocentric design to investigate adaptations to EMDR standard protocol for culturally relevancy for African clients.

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EMDR and Racial Trauma GWT Issue

February is Black History Month­, a time to recognize, celebrate and honor the achievements of Blacks/African Americans in the United States. It is also…

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EMDR Diversity & The Spectrum of Trauma Prevention

Examples unlearning racism ways to modify EMDR for accessibility, virtual and in-person tools for culturally humble sessions.

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Racial Trauma, Neurons, and EMDR: The Path Towards an Anti-Racist Psychotherapy

This presentation will explore how Anti-Black racism, racial trauma, and White Supremacy can impact psychotherapy.

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EMDR Therapy with an Afrocentric Critical Race Perspective

Utilizing an Afrocentric Critical Race perspective, case studies are examined with emphasis on alleviating oppression-based trauma.

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The Elephant in the Room: Systemic Racism and Psychotherapy

This panel addresses systemic racism, the challenges and opportunities to address racism in EMDR therapy & how to challenge systemic racism.

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A systematic review of treatment interventions for individuals with intellectual disability and trauma symptoms: A review of the recent literature (Trauma, Violence, and Abuse)

A systematic review to compare effectiveness of EMDR therapy and CBT for PTSD with people with intellectual disabilities (ID).

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Historical Trauma & It’s Modern Impacts on American Indians (SIG Brief Presentation)

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Spacehogs Make a Difference

Spacehogs Make a Difference

Hernández outlines the SPACEHOGS acronym (that includes socioeconomics, privilege, age, etc.). Each of these categories combined offers an overview of client experience to inform an EMDR clinician in better history-taking, understanding targets, resourcing, creating cognitive interweaves, and beyond. This approach is important to address our personal biases about the clients who give us the honor to see them.

Learn more in this article from the Fall 2020 issue EMDR & Racial Trauma of Go With That Magazine™️ by Cío Hernández, Ph.D., LMFT, LPCC.

 


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Engage in the Conversation of Race and Racism with “Hot Chocolate and Cheese:” An Idea you can Implement

Engage in the Conversation of Race and Racism with “Hot Chocolate and Cheese:” An Idea you can Implement

I want to engage the conversation about racism with the same curiosity, exploration, and sometimes disgust that we do when we talk about cultural traditions different than ours, like the Colombian tradition of drinking hot chocolate with cheese.

Learn more in this article from the Fall 2020 issue EMDR & Racial Trauma of Go With That Magazine™️ by Viviana Urdaneta Melo, LCSW.

 


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EMDR & Racial Trauma (Go With That Magazine™️ Issue)

EMDR & Racial Trauma

Go With That Magazine™️ Fall 2020

The deaths of our Black brothers and sisters that made the news this past summer have created a societal tipping point as we begin to have our collective eyes opened to the systemic oppression and silence that Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Americans have faced for centuries at the hands of White Americans. Although it feels overwhelming to make a difference against this system, that is what many of you as trauma therapists signed up to do. We look to see how EMDR can mend divides to heal trauma, raise awareness, and advocate for those who need it most.

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EMDRIA’s Commitment to Confront the Trauma of Racial Injustice

The EMDRIA Board of Directors recently issued the following statement to our members regarding racial discrimination and the disproportionate experience of violence by police…

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