EMDR Early Intervention

This community will focus on applying EMDR therapy interventions within less than 3 months of a disturbing experience. It is open to all EMDR Early Intervention (EEI) protocols. There is…

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EMDR in the University

The University Topic Forum is to provide a community and support for collaboration and networking for faculty who wish to teach EMDR therapy in the University setting. The dissemination of…

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EMDR and Positive Psychology

EMDR and Positive Psychology have a natural alliance to promote Post Traumatic Growth. By resolving historical trauma our patients move to the possibility to secure a solid psychological foundation and…

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EMDR and Performance Enhancement

This community allows for sharing of information and treatments regarding the application of EMDR to performance enhancement in the workplace, performing and creative arts, and sports.

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EMDR and Medical Illness

This community allows EMDRIA members to share information and treatments regarding the application of EMDR for medical issues in a variety of settings including, but not limited to, institutions, clinics…

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EMDR and Intimate Partner Violence

This group is about the problems and solutions revolving around the use of EMDR with victims, perpetrators, adults and children who experience Intimate Partner Violence/Family Violence/Domestic Violence/Dating Violence. Members who…

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EMDR and Expressive Arts Therapy

When therapists complete training in the 8 phase EMDR protocol, they sometimes find it challenging to integrate EMDR therapy into their current work with challenging and complex trauma clients. By…

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EMDR and Eating Disorders

The EMDR and Eating Disorders SIG invites discussion, collaboration, and support for EMDR therapists who treat eating disorders such as Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and disordered eating.…

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EMDR and Autism

Autism is an extremely complex category which is in constant evolution. Prior understanding that clumped people into “high & low functioning” classifications often resulted in the exclusion of non-speaking people…

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