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1. EMDR Sweden. (2005, November). Medlemsbladet. EMDR Tidningen: Föreningen EMDR Sverige, 7(3), 1-13.
Table of Content: 1 Ordförande tar åter ordet; 2 Diagnosis and treatment of chronic traumatisation september 2005 i Seattle - An integrative course; 4 EMDR-behandling, barns och ungdomars upplevelser; 4 Vad gör ett trauma till ett trauma?; 5 Utvärdering av EMDR-behandling; 8 Rapport från EMDRIA-konferens 15-18; 10 Apropå medlemsavgift; 11 Certifierade EMDR-terapeuter en kvalitetssäkringsstudie; 12 Kalendarium; 13 Minnnet efter Elisabeth Alexandersson;
1 President will take the floor once again; 2 Diagnosis and treatment of chronic traumatisation on September 2005 in Seattle - An integrative course; 4 EMDR therapy, child and youth experiences; 4 What does a trauma do to a trauma?; 5 Evaluation of EMDR therapy; 8 Report from the EMDRIA-conference 15-18; 10 Speaking of membership fees; 11 Certified EMDR-therapists November 2005; 12 Calendar; 13 In memory of Elisabeth Alexandersson;
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2. Magliozzi, T., & Magliozzi, R. (2005, July 8). Stress therapy may help car crash victims. Seattle, WA: Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Final, Wheels, F1.
Dear Tom and Ray: Your recent column about the person experiencing trauma after her Toyota was rear-ended by some guy going 70 mph invited me to add my thoughts: I am a psychologist in Minnesota and have treated a number of car crash victims just like your reader. They are indeed suffering from a form of post-traumatic stress disorder, and can easily be helped by a therapeutic procedure called EMDR - eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. Don't ask me to explain how it works, but believe me, it does. I have treated car crash victims, carjacking victims, rape victims and holdup victims with the same method of EMDR. They were symptom-free - and stayed that way - after just one session of the procedure. Pretty amazing. It wasn't me; it was the procedure that did the work, along with the client's own brain - which helped reprocess the trauma memory. So, tell this woman to go to the EMDR Web site, www.emdria.org, and click on the link for Find an EMDR Therapist. She should get relief from her symptoms quite rapidly - and they'll stay away. I wish her the best. - Ken
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