EMDR with Substance Use & Co-Occurring Addictive Behaviors

This presentation provides insight into case conceptualization and treatment planning when working with clients suffering from substance use disorder and co-occurring addictive behaviors.

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How to heal their psychological wounds? Effectiveness of EMDR therapy on post-traumatic stress symptoms, mind-wandering and suicidal ideation in Iranian child abuse victims (Counselling and Psychotherapy Research)

Studies have shown that child abuse as a traumatic event can lead to symptoms of PTSD, mind-wandering and suicidal ideation in adulthood.

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Taking care of our future doctors: A service evaluation of a medical student mental health service (BMC Medical Education)

Efficiency and effectiveness of mental health services for medical students experiencing high levels of mental distress and suicidality.

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Using EMDR therapy with patients in an acute mental health crisis (BMC Psychiatry)

This study exams the efficacy of EMDR Therapy delivered to patients experiencing an acute mental health crisis to see if was a resulting decrease in their desire for suicide.

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The effect of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) on the severity of suicidal thoughts in patients with major depressive disorder: A randomized controlled trial (Neuropyschiatric Disease and Treatment)

The study aimed to investigate the effect of EMDR therapy on the severity of suicidal thoughts in patients with major depressive disorder.

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Treating repetitive suicidal intrusions using eye movements: Study protocol for a multicenter randomized clinical trial (BMC Psychiatry)

Study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of an Eye Movement Dual Task (EMDT) intervention targeting suicidal imagery in depressed patients.

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The EMDR DeTUR protocol for the treatment of self-injury in a patient with severe personality disorder: a case report (Journal of Criminological Research, Policy and Practice)

Case report of DeTUR protocol in EMDR treatment to address patient’s urges to engage in severe and sometimes life-threatening self-injury.

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Using EMDR Therapy with Suicidal Children and Adolescents

Using EMDR Therapy with Suicidal Children and Adolescents

Suicide is the second cause of death for young people between the ages of 10 and 24 years old. And, while death by suicide in younger children is rare, it has increased significantly in the last few years and has increased for adolescents as well. Much has been written about teen suicide, but little is known about younger children and suicide (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 2018), and even less has been written about using EMDR with suicidal children and teenagers.

Learn more in this article from the March 2019 issue EMDR Therapy with Children & Adolescents of Go With That Magazine™️ by Carolyn Settle, MSW, LCSW.

 


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Strategies for Healing Suicidal and High-Risk Youth in the 21st Century

Strategies for treating suicidal & high-risk youth, with a focus on the special challenges our youth face today (bullying & social media).

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Aplicación de la terapia EMDR a las conductas autolesivas (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

Las autolesiones suelen ser una estrategia de afrontamiento derivada del trauma, que pueden entenderse desde la perspectiva del modelo de…

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Application de la psychothérapie EMDR aux conduites autodélétères (Journal of EMDR Practice and Research)

Les sévices auto-infligés constituent une stratégie de coping actionnée par le trauma qui peut se comprendre du point de vue du modèle du…

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Comparison of eye movement desensitization reprocessing and cognitive behavioral therapy as adjunctive treatments for recurrent depression: The European Depression EMDR Network (EDEN) randomized controlled trial (Frontiers in Psychology)

Randomized clinical controlled trial comparing EMDR or CBT as adjunctive treatments to antidepressant medication in treating depression.

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