According to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN), “sexual violence” is an all-encompassing, non-legal term for crimes like sexual assault, rape, and sexual abuse. The legal definition of crimes varies from state to state. EMDR therapists can treat sexual violence with EMDR therapy effectively and efficiently. Safety and stability are of primary importance when dealing with survivors. EMDR involves a client-centered approach where the clinician follows, listens, and adapts to ensure client safety and comfort.
In this Issue
- 10 Tips for Using EMDR Therapy with Survivors of Sexual Assault and Intimate Partner Violence ByViviana Urdaneta Melo, MDiv, LCSW
- Sexual Trauma and Sexual Health: A Brief Introduction By Stephanie Baird, LMHC
- EMDR, 2SLBGTQPIA+ Community and Intimate Partner Violence By Sue Genest, MSc., CCC, RCC
- EMDR Therapy’s Impact with Survivors of Sexual and Domestic Violence By Jill Schwarz, Ph.D.
- Human-Animal Bond and EMDR By Alison Leslie, LCSW, SEP
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Issue: Spring 2023
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