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1. Ilic, Z. (2004). EMDR in the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder with prisoners of war. In Ž. Špiric, G. Kneževic, V. Jovic, & G. Opacic (Eds.), Torture in war: Consequences and rehabilitation of victims – Yugoslav experience. (pp. 281-289). Belgrade, Serbia: International Aid Network.
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The experience of imprisonment and torture of exposure to psychophysical stress is the highest intensity, which leads to high percentage of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and has a tendency hronifikacije. The program of assistance to victims of torture at the Centre for Rehabilitation of Torture Victims-IAN Belgrade apply the method of cognitive behavioral desensitization and reprocessing rapid eye movements (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing - EMDR), which has proven successful in treatment and is part of an integrative therapeutic procedures. The paper presented a theoretical concept of this method with some specific work with victims of torture and the case [Author]
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2. Ilic, Z. P, Lecic-Tosevski, D. M., Bokonjic, S., Drakulic, B., & Jovic, V. (1999). EMDR: Kognitivno bihejvioralna metoda u lecenju posttraumatskog stresnog poremecaja kod zrtava torture [EMDR: Cognitive behavioral method for posttraumatic stress disorder in torture victims]. Psihijatrija Danas, 31(2-3), 245-269.
(In both English and Serbian) The experience of confinement to prison with exposure to psychophysical torture is the stress of the highest intensity frequently leading (48.4% in our research) to the development of PTSD with a tendency towards chronicity. In the programme for torture victims at the Stress Clinic we also use EMDR-cognitive behavioral method of desensitization and reprocessing (cognitive restructuration) by rapid eye movements which proved to be very effective and became the part of the integrative therapeutic procedure. The paper discusses the theoretical concept of this method and provides case presentation. [Author Abstract]
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