Francine Shapiro Library: EMDR Bibliography
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1. Taylor, R. J. (1998, December). Sharing Space I: Reduction of anxiety and pain in labor and delivery using an EMDR model: A single case study. Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology & Health, 13(2), 149-153.
A single case study in the treatment of anxiety and pain associated with labor and childbirth using an Eye Movement Desensitization model in 5 sessions. The client ultimately delivered a baby via Cesarean Section with a spinal block, but reported that the therapeutic procedure aided in reduction of medication and anxiety during the experience. In the debriefing session, she reported that the process allowed her to maintain a sense of calm and control.