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A Therapist's Guide to EMDR: Tools and Techniques for by Laurel Parnell

By Laurel Parnell

Parts necessary to winning usage of EMDR are emphasised. those comprise: case conceptualization; practise for EMDR trauma processing, together with source improvement and set up; aim improvement; tools for unblocking blocked processing, together with the inventive use of interweaves; and consultation closure. Case examples are used all through to demonstrate innovations. The emphasis during this e-book is on scientific usefulness, no longer examine. This ebook is going into the treatment room with clinicians who truly use EMDR, and exhibits readers tips on how to do it in perform, not only in thought. briefly, this can be the hot, functional e-book on EMDR.

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