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1. Tokyo. (2011, May 5). Lack of PTSD specialists in Japan raises worries about a mental health crisis. Tokyo, Japan: The Yomiuri Shimbun.
Commonly practiced in Europe and the United States, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy is said to help patients work through traumatic memories. During treatment, a patient recalls an experience while the therapist waves his or her finger in front of the patient from side to side like a windscreen wiper. However, there are fewer than 20 EMDR specialists available in Tohoku, according to Masaya Ichii, a professor at the Center for Research on Human Development and Clinical Psychology at Hyogo University of Teacher Education. This kind of psychotherapy is not common in Japan because therapists do not receive much compensation. (Excerpt)
Also printed in the The Republic, Columbus, IN (http://www.therepublic.com/view/story/JAPAN-QUAKE-PTSD_5037116/JAPAN-QUAKE-PTSD_5037116/).
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2. Koichi, T., Matuso, K., Toshiyuki, O., Tadashi, K., Akira, I., & Nobumasa, K. [綱島浩一、松尾幸治、大溪俊幸、加藤忠史、岩波明、加藤進昌] (2003). Research on cerebral hemodynamics of frontal lobe in PTSD using NIRS. Annual Report of the Research on Nervous and Mental Disorders, 186.
For 34 victims of Tokyo subway sarin attack, the frontal lobe function was investigated during eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR). And, cerebral hemodynamics in frontal lobe was examined using near infrared spectral analysis (NIRS) for 10 healthy subjects and 2 patients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). As the result, frontal lobe functional depression of frontal lobe was indicated in PTSD patients. It was indicated that the lowering of the cathexis was concerned in frontal lobe functional depression in PTSD patients. In patients with PTSD, according to the advance of EMDRt, the activation of the frontal lobe was decreased, and it was indicated that this pattern would be similar to that of healthy subject.
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3. 太田茂行[Ota Shigeyuki]. (2009, May). Tokyo study group. EMDR研究1（1）、10 [Japanese Journal of EMDR Research and Practice, 1(1), 10].
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