Francine Shapiro Library: EMDR Bibliography
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1. 大河原美以 [Mii Ogawara] (2004年8月). 子どもが生きるカウンセリング技法(28)EMDR--記憶の中のトラウマを脳が再処理することを促す技法 [Counseling techniques for children to live (28) EMDR - techniques that encourage the brain to reprocess memories of trauma]. Child Study, 58(12), 156-167.
2. Lee, C. (2005, September). An analysis of critical processes and components in EMDR treatment of trauma memories. Presentation at the annual meeting of the EMDR International Association, Seattle, WA.
Very little is known about the mechanisms that underlie the effectiveness of EMDR. Participants will be presented with information to facilitate their understanding of two competing hypotheses to account for EMDR effectiveness. Namely, because it uses similar processes found effective in traditional exposure treatments (reliving). Alternaitvely according to Shapiro's proposal of dual process of attention, the procedure may be successful because it elicits distancing responses. Participants will be able to describe how these competing hypotheses were investigated. The responses made by 44 participants with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) were examined during their first EMDR treatment session. Participants will be able to describe the key process variable found to be effective in EMDR treatment of trauma memories and the extent to which this process is determined by eye movement or by therapist instructions.
3. Soares, C. (2001). Quick cures for trauma memories?. Discovery Health Channel.
The treatment, called eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), actually involves a complex combination of traditional psychotherapy approaches, but its distinctive central feature is the be!ief that rapid eye movenlents durina the recollection of a traumatic event can somehow defuse the memories