The teenage years might be the worst possible time for parents and caregivers. Add to the mix a challenging teenager who needs counseling or therapy. And if that isn’t enough stress on everyone involved, top it with a global pandemic, mass school shootings, and other trauma teenagers have endured. How do EMDR therapists handle these challenging teens? What about EMDR therapy and teenagers who have autism? Does adolescent research about EMDR therapy offer any help? Find out how EMDR therapists can bridge the gap. This issue offers tips, real-world examples, and research from experienced EMDR therapists who work with adolescents.
In this Issue
- EMDR Therapy for Challenging Teenagers By Annie Monaco Annie Monaco, LCSW-R, RPT, and Nicole E. Wolasz, LCSW-R
- Using EMDR to Help Teens Return to In-person Learning after the Pandemic By Carolyn Settle, MSW, LCSW
- Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing for Adolescents with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: A Rapid Review of Randomized Studies By Professor Ian Barron and Susan Darker-Smith
- Ten Things about EMDR and Autism By Sherry Paulson, LCSW
- Bridging the Gap to Belonging By Vanessa Sanford
Got an Idea?
If you have an idea for a topic or would like to submit an article for the magazine, please email the Editor with your interest at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Issue: Summer 2022 Q3
Log in to your EMDRIA member account to see the Look Inside button here that will allow you to access the entire issue. Not a member? Join here.
Want to Advertise?
If you want to advertise in Go With That magazine, please review our Media Kit.
If you want to explore more content on how you can use EMDR therapy with other mental health conditions, please visit other issues of Go With That magazine.