Francine Shapiro Library: EMDR Bibliography
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1. Omaha, J. (2000, September). Treatment of bulimia and binge eating disorder using the Chemotion/EMDR protocol. Presentation at the annual meeting of the EMDR International Assocation, Toronto, Ontario Canada.
Participants will: 1) learn that in Bulimia Nervosa (BN) and Binge Eating Disorder (BED), food, the abused substance, provides the means for reenactment of childhood emotional trauma and how food facilitates a re-experiencng of unresolved affects assembled with the trauma; 2) learn the Chemotion/EMDR protocol; 3) learn how to apply the Chemotion/EMDR protocol to identify what affects are being re-experienced and what traumas are being reenacted through the ingestive disorder; 4) learn how to apply the Chemottion/EMDR protocol to develop resources to tolerate the affects being vicariously reenacted through the ingestive disorder; 5) learn how to apply Chemotion/EMDR protocol to desensitize and reprocess the traumas being reenacted through the ingestive disorder; 6) learn how to recognize the presence of a dissociative component in BN and BED; and 7) learn how to combine hypnosis and EMDR to treat the dissociative component in BN and BED.