8 Phases of Remote EMDR Therapy

Now is the best time for therapists to lean into the important role they play in resourcing their communities, and it is always now. - Remote EMDR Therapy - Maiberger Institute

In recent consultation sessions, more and more EMDR therapists have been asking: how do I do remote EMDR therapy? For some therapists and clients, the transition from in-person sessions in an office to remote EMDR therapy sessions from their homes can feel as natural as breathing, while for others it…

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Message to EMDR Therapists Following the November 2015 Terrorist Attacks

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The following blog post was written by guest blogger, Katy Murray, MSW, LICSW, BCD, and was originally posted on the EMDR Research Foundation email newsletter. As I watch the reports from the November terrorist attacks in Paris, (11/13) Beirut, (11/12)  and throughout the world in 2015, I am once again rocked by the trauma humanity commits on its…

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Support EMDR Research Foundation For Chance to Win Prizes

  The EMDR Research Foundation is inviting therapists to become a “Visionary Alliance” member to help support EMDR research. Their mission is to “invest in the wellbeing of people everywhere”. To become a a “Visionary Alliance” member, you can donate as little as $15.00 a month which helps fund EMDR…

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Adolescents with Internet Addiction Disorder

In the EDMRIA Journal of EMDR Practice and Research (Volume 6, Number 2, 2012), there is an article entitled “Desensitization of Triggers and Urge Reprocessing for an Adolescent With Internet Addiction Disorder” by Hwallip Bae and Daeho Kim. Both are working in hospitals in South Korea. They state that up…

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Translating EMDR Research Into Practice

  The EMDR Research Foundation has started a new column entitled “Translating Research Into Practice”. This forum for researchers and clinicians is meant to share clinical experiences that help make meaning to the research so that the material becomes practical for other EMDR clinicians. This is one more way that…

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