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Recent Research Articles on EMDR

Recent Research Articles on EMDR

by Andrew Leeds, Ph.D.

This regular column appears in each quarterly issue of the EMDRIA Newsletter and the EMDR Europe Newsletter. It lists citations, abstracts, and preprint/reprint information (when available) on all EMDR therapy related journal articles. The listings include peer reviewed research reports and case studies directly related to EMDR therapy, whether favorable or not, including original studies, review articles and meta-analyses accepted for publication or that have appeared in the previous six months in scholarly journals. Authors and others aware of articles accepted for publication are invited to submit pre-press or reprint information. Listings in this column will exclude: published comments and most letters to the editor, non-peer reviewed articles, non-English articles unless the abstract is in English, dissertations, and conference presentations, as well as books, book chapters, tapes, CDs, and videos. Please send submissions and corrections to: Andrew Leeds.

2019 - March
2018 - March / June / September / December
2017 - March / June / September / December
2016 - March / June / September / December
2015 - March / June / September / December

2014 - March / June / September / December




Research and Treatment Guidelines for EMDR

A bibliography of EMDR Research with short descriptions, this 40 page document covers a wide range of peer-reviewed journal articles about EMDR including meta-analyses, randomized controlled trials, non-randomized studies, and reviews of efficacy and treatment models.


It also includes international treatment guidelines and recommendation from mental health agencies like this one from SAMSHA, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration:


SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-based Programs and Practices (2011)

"The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This national registry (NREPP) includes EMDR as evidence based practice for treatment of PTSD, anxiety, and depression symptoms. Their review of the evidence also indicated that EMDR leads to an improvement in mental health functioning."


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