Internalized Sexual Shame in the Treatment of Eating Disorders

Understand shame and eating disorders to allows for better history-taking, case conceptualization, and client success in EMDR therapy.

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Resilience: The Intersection of Eating Disorders and EMDR

Resilience is a competency that can be learned and developed through treating trauma and in the context of eating disorder (ED) recovery.

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

Eating disorders affect at least 9 percent of the population worldwide. With so many people suffering, how can EMDR therapists help?

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Counselor’s Corner on Negative Cognitions

How to help a client identify the negative cognition (NC) during EMDR therapy for his trauma history as a first responder.

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BIPOC Perspective on Eating Disorders

Examples of how a client’s culture/race was significant in the use of EMDR therapy for eating disorders or disordered eating.

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Eating Disorders: What Are EMDR Therapists Missing?

Even if you are not an eating disorder specialist, you will likely see clients with disordered eating as an EMDR therapist.

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An AIP Approach to Disordered Eating

EMDR therapy offers an adjunctive approach to disordered eating treatment that heals at the root of maladaptively stored experiences.

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