Foundations of the Positive Affect Tolerance Protocol: The Central Role of Interpersonal Positive Affect in Attachment and Self-Regulation (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

Research has highlighted the negative effects of early neglect and abuse on the development of emotional self-regulation and attachment.

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The Positive Affect Tolerance and Integration Protocol: A Novel Application of EMDR Therapy Procedures to Help Survivors of Early Emotional Neglect Learn to Tolerate and Assimilate Moments of Appreciation, Praise, and Affection (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

The Positive Affect Tolerance protocol helps survivors of early emotional neglect learn to tolerate appreciation, praise, and affection.

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Making Sense of Offense-Related Trauma: Exploring Two Patients’ Lived Experience (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

This research explores offense-related trauma and EMDR with two patients who perpetrated violence offenses.

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EMDR for Survivors of Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence at a Nonprofit Counseling Agency (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

Trauma related to sexual violence and intimate partner violence (IPV) affects millions of women, resulting in detrimental impacts to economic, physical, and mental health.

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Phase-based treatment versus immediate trauma-focused treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder due to childhood abuse: Randomised clinical trial (BJPsych Open)

This RCT provides support for EMDR therapy for treatment of PTSD due to childhood abuse as opposed to needing any preparatory intervention.

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EMDR Treatment of Childhood Sexual Abuse for a Child Molester: Self-Reported Changes in Sexual Arousal (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

This article describes the changes reported following the application of EMDR therapy to the memories of childhood sexual abuse in an adult male who had sexually offended against prepubescent children.

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Idéalisation et émotions positives inadaptées : thérapie EMDR pour femmes ambivalentes à l’idée de quitter un partenaire violent (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

Après avoir assuré leur sécurité, la prise en charge des victimes de violences d’un partenaire intime est généralement axée sur les expériences…

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The Sleeping Dogs Method to Overcome Children’s Resistance to EMDR Therapy: A Case Series (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

Three cases demonstrate the use of the “Sleeping Dogs” method to engage children who initially refused to participate in EMDR therapy.

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The Child-Centered EMDR Approach: A Case Study Investigating a Young Girl’s Treatment for Sexual Abuse (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

This article seeks to address the underrepresented area of EMDR therapy treatment for sexually abused children.

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I Won’t Do EMDR! The Use of the “Sleeping Dogs” Method to Overcome Children’s Resistance to EMDR Therapy

This article provides a comprehensive review of the challenges faced by chronically abused children and their treatment providers.

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Kronos Abuses His Son: A Case Study of Severe Interpersonal Trauma, Dissociation, and Survival in Adolescence

This case study presents case conceptualization, therapeutic intervention, and the subjective and objective therapeutic progress of a 14-year-old adolescent hospitalized with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) following emotional, physical, and sexual abuse by his father.

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L’EMDR avec les auteurs de violences sexuelles : recourir aux éléments moteurs des infractions pour orienter la conceptualisation et le traitement

Les données disponibles montrent que les auteurs de violences sexuelles ont connu des niveaux d’expériences défavorables de l’enfance (ACE : adverse…

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