Clinical Column. Question: “As an EMDR consultant and facilitator, I often find that consultees and trainees prefer taps and tones, rather than eye movements, when applying EMDR. Now I am wondering if eye movements are considered superior, and if so, how I can encourage my consultees/trainees to use them.” The Clinical column is a regular Journal of EMDR Practice and Research feature in which master clinicians answer a question posed by a reader who is requesting assistance with clinical challenges. In this issue’s column, the response is written by Elan Shapiro, who is a psychologist near Haifa, Israel; an EMDR institute facilitator; and an approved EMDR Europe consultant.
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Clinical Q&A: Suggestions for Teaching the Application of Eye Movements in EMDR. (2011). Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 5(2), 73–77. https://doi.org/10.1891/1933-322.214.171.124
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