Francine Shapiro Library: EMDR Bibliography
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1. Gelbach, R. (2009, March). Disaster in Buffalo and the case for a trauma recovery. EMDRIA Newletter, 14(1), 19.
A commuter plane out of Newark crashed late in the evening of February 12th as it approached the Buffalo airport, killing all 49 onboard, as well as a resident of Clarence, New Yrok, when the flight came to a fiery end in a residential neighborhood. Within hours a local EMDR clinician and educator called HAP seeking support and advice on how to offer help in her community.
2. Kwiatkowski, J. (2001, April 17). Hypnosis is hip: More and more people are turning to trance therapies for help with emotional problems. Buffalo, NY: The Buffalo News, Final, Lifestyles, C1.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, developed on the West Coast in 1987, is a treatment Bath uses to help people who suffer from post-traumatic stress syndrome. He estimates that 30 to 40 percent of his clients experience anxiety problems: social phobias, panic disorders, obsessive compulsive disorders. Post-traumatic stress disorder is a key anxiety disorder, according to Bath, and EMDR helps people confront their traumas.