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Jul
06
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Like most people, I never set out to develop a new trauma treatment. It happened more or less by accident. I had long regarded eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR; Shapiro, 2001) as the trauma treatment of choice, because it is so effective, as well as being better tolerated and more efficient than the other leading brands (Greenwald et al, 2017). The problem with EMDR is that it’s a complex treatment that takes a lot of time, practice, and supervision to master, making it troublesome to teach and prohibitively resource-intensive to learn (Greenwald, 2006).I first came across…
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