EMDR is a difficult thing for non-researches to understand. Here, we have assembled reliable sources of information to assist therapists, journalists, and independent thinkers in their effort to understand the intellectual underpinnings of EMDR.
This site features select articles from the EMDR and Neurology, a publication of Harvard University.
Research in Focus
What is EMDR?
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy, commonly known as EMDR, is a mental health therapy method. EMDR treats mental health conditions that happen because of memories from traumatic events in your past. - MORE HERE
A substantial body of research shows that adverse life experiences contribute to both psychological and biomedical pathology. Twenty-four randomized controlled trials support the positive effects of eye movement desensitization. - MORE HERE
From the News
There are many different views about EMDR and it's usefulness, here in this space we link to the most recent articles and blogs published about EMDR no matter where the in world the think piece is published or posted. - MORE HERE
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