EMDR Therapy Indicated as the Most Cost-Effective Trauma Treatment

Mavranezouli, et al. (2020) assessed the cost-effectiveness of a range of interventions for adults with PTSD in this thorough analysis. They stated: “EMDR was found to be the most cost-effective…

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The Scientific Status of EMDR Therapy for Combat-Related PTSD

ARE THERE DIFFERENCES IN RATES OR TREATMENT RESPONSE BETWEEN COMBAT-RELATED AND CIVILIAN PTSD? In this review of research on EMDR treatment for combat-related trauma, we begin with the question: Are…

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Research Corner | March 2020

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Research Corner | December 2019

This material was published in the EMDRIA magazine Go With That in December 2019. Research Corner | December 2019

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A Clinician’s Guide to the Efficacy of EMDR Therapy

Volume 13, Issue 4 of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research (JEMDR) is an important issue for EMDR therapy. In the editorial, Louise Maxfield, JEMDR Editor, points to the…

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EMDR Early Intervention

EMDR early intervention is important to so many people in the world who are facing traumas such as fires, earthquakes, political and personal violence, and personal loss. Dr. Amanda Roberts…

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Research Corner | September 2019

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Research Corner | June 2019

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Research Corner | March 2019

This material was published in the EMDRIA magazine Go With That in March 2019. Research Corner | March 2019

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Exploring the Intersection of EMDR and Play Therapy

By Ann Beckley-Forest, LCSW-R, RPT-S American psychologist, educator, and founder of EMDR, Francine Shapiro’s adaptive information processing (AIP) model proposes that the integration of both positive and negative experiences into…

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Brains That Learn Not to Fear

Research in Nature journal: “A treatment called eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing alleviates post-traumatic stress disorder through enigmatic mechanisms. A study in mice offers potential clues into the biological basis of…

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Research Corner | December 2018

This material was published in the EMDRIA magazine Go With That in December 2018. ReResearch Corner | December 2018

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