Stephen Dansiger, Psy.D., LMFT
1.5 EMDRIA Credits
This presentation reveals the potential for EMDR therapy to be used as a comprehensive primary clinical operating protocol. Past studies have missed the point for EMDR therapy to be used as not just an adjunct therapy, but as a standalone system of healing. Evidence supports each of the eight phases of EMDR therapy and shows it as applicable to treat the whole person. Through case study and research, the overarching systemic use of the Eight-Phase Protocol and Adaptive Information Processing model of EMDR therapy as the primary methodology and theoretical orientation of treatment centers or group practices will be explored.