EMDR for TraumaEye movement desensitization and reprocessing[videorecording]
- au: Francine Shapiro.
- Publish: Washington, D.C. : American Psychological Association c1997.
- 出版年: 1997
- cu: APA
- sb: Eye , Treatment , Eye Movements , Movements Treatment , Desensitization (Psychotherapy) , Movements
- ISBN: 159147454X , 9781591474548
- ps: NTSC format 有公播授權書(v9803-8) Includes bibliographical references (p. 387-426) and index
- ab: In EMDR for Trauma: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Dr. Francine Shapiro demonstrates her approach to working with clients still experiencing the effects of past traumatic experiences. EMDR is an integrative psychotherapy designated by the American Psychiatric Association as highly effective and empirically supported. The approach is based on an information-processing model of pathology, directly addressing the stored memories of events that cause clinical complaints, the present situations that are disturbing, and experiences necessary for appropriate future functioning. In this session, Dr. Shapiro works with a 42-year-old retired police officer who is having panic attacks. She uses EMDR to help the client process the images, emotions, feelings, and thoughts associated with his job-related trauma. This video features a client portrayed by an actor on the basis of actual case material
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