In Celebration of EMDR
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) nearly its 25 anniversary and has had an interesting and intriguing history. It started this way.
Ten years prior to its birth, a woman by the name of Francine Shapiro began an extraordinary journey. At the time, she was an English Literature major destined for an academic career and working towards her doctorate at New York University. During this period, she was diagnosed with Cancer. As a scholar and a scientist, she began to learn everything that she could about the nature, progression and effect that Cancer was having on those who were diagnosed with this disease. When her physicians treated her and pronounced her "cured", they also added the important caveat that a certain percentage of survivors get it back but THEY did not know what to do about THAT. To access, click In Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).
About the Book
This book is a compilation of the articles called "In the Spotlight" that Marilyn Luber, wrote for the EMDR International Association's (EMDRIA) newsletter. She began writing these articles while a Founding Board Member of this same association. She combined these articles in celebration of the 20th anniversary of the beginning of EMDR and called it A Community of Heart.
Marilyn Luber, Ph.D.