EMDR early intervention (EEI) is important to many people in the world who face traumas such as fires, earthquakes, war, political and personal violence, and personal loss. EMDR Early Intervention can be viewed as having two arms: treatment and prevention. PTSD is part of a complex psychobiological process that leads to the emergence of the disorder in the weeks, months, or years after the event(s). Exposure to traumatic stress leads to a general disruption of an individual’s underlying homeostasis. Find out how EMDR therapy can help.
In this Issue
- Five EMDR Early Intervention Communities Illuminate the Significance of Communities By Regina Morrow Robinson, Ed.S., LMFT, LMHC, NCC
- Responding to Trauma with First Responders in Fairfield, Connecticut By Karen Alter-Reid, Ph.D.,, Michael Crouch, LCSW and Linda Rost, LCSW
- EMDR Early Intervention and Community Response = Prevention By Beverlee Laidlaw Chasse, LPC
- Responding to Unite the Right Rally & Richmond Monument Avenue Rally By Terry Becker-Fritz, Kris Santamaria and Sara Robinson
- Social Change, Little “D” Disasters & Why EEI Protocols Are Essential to Everyone’s Practice By Rebecca E. Rosenblum, Psy.D.
- First Responder Cumulative Traumatic Stress Exposure By Sara G. Gilman, Psy.D., LMFT
- Questions and Cautions for Deployment of EMDR EIs with First Responders & Public Safety Personnel By Robbie Adler-Tapia, Ph.D.
- Anyone Can Do Something for 15 Minutes - Even Self-Care By Marilyn Luber, Ph.D.
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Issue: September 2018
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