Vad är EMDR


Litteratur

The Official Publication of the EMDR International Association:


Journal of EMDR Practice and Research:
The Official Publication of the EMDR International Association


Louise Maxfield, PhD, CPsych Editor
The Journal of EMDR Practice and Research is a quarterly, peer-reviewed publication devoted to integrative, state-of-the-art papers about Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It is a broadly conceived interdisciplinary journal that stimulates and communicates research and theory about EMDR, and their application to clinical practice.

Rekommenderat köp:

Handbook of EMDR and Family Therapy Processes


Handbook of EMDR and Family Therapy ProcessesEdited by Francine Shapiro, Florence Kaslow, & Louise Maxfield, 2007
This book expands on both individual and systemic treatments, blending theory, practice descriptions,and case examples to illustrate the integrative process with a wide variety of presenting complaints. This book is available through the EMDR Institute.

KÖP HÄR
http://www.emdr.se/bildarkiv/070203Francine-Shapiros-nya-bok.pdf

Litteratur om Dissociation:

3 böcker av Anna Gerge

TRAUMA. Psykoterapi vid Posttraumatisk och Dissociativ Problematik.


TRAUMA. Psykoterapi vid Posttraumatisk och Dissociativ Problematik.Anna Gerge, Dualis, 2010
Författaren visar övertygande i dena omskakande text att många fler sjukdomstillstånd än vad som vanligtvis framkommer inom sjukvården, är orsakade av traumatiska livshändelser – om bara omsorg och medvetenhet läggs vid undersökning av patientens anamnes.

Med ingående fallbeskrivningar visar författaren dessutom hur dess allvarliga tillstånd kan läkas med hjälp av grundlig psykoterapeutisk-traumatologisk behandling. Allt redovisat med en omfattande och aktuell dokumentation.

Skattningsformulär för diagnostisering av traumaskador som komplex PTSD och dissociation ingår som värdefulla bilagor.

HYPNOS i Psykoterapeutiskt arbete: Ett integrativt perspektiv.


HYPNOS i Psykoterapeutiskt arbete: Ett integrativt perspektivAnna Gerge, Insidan, 2010
Anna Gerge är etolog, legitimerad psykoterapeut, handledare och hypnosterapeut. Hon är dessutom uttryckande konstterapeut och EMDR-handledare, med stor erfarenhet av att behandla, handleda och utbilda i klinisk hypnos.

Anna vill med denna bok lyfta fram de många beröringspunkterna mellan sedan länge etablerad klinisk hypnos som metod och det relationella perspektivet i psykodynamisk teoribildning.

Hon beskriver arbete med hypnos i psykoterapi samt evidens för klinisk hypnos i behandlingsarbete.Boken innehåller ett antal gedigna tillämpningar av hypnos för psykoterapeutiskt arbete, vilka kan integreras inom ett flertal kliniska inriktningar.

Psykoterapi vid Dissociativa störningar

Psykoterapi vid Dissociativa störningarAnna Gerge, Lennart Alm, Etzel Cardeña, Elisabet Mattsson, Lilli Ann Rabe Lyttkens, Gabriella Rudstam, James R. Samec, Marianne Stahlheuer, April Steele, Bodil Söderström, Insidan 2010

Boken handlar om hur patologisk dissociation kan uppstå ur anknytningsskador och annan traumatisering samt hur tillstånden kan behandlas.


mer om Dissociation

Healing the Heart of Trauma and Dissociation with EMDR and Ego State Therapy

Forgash C., Copeley, M., Springer, 2008.

The powerful benefits of EMDR in treating PTSD have been solidly validated. In this groundbreaking new work nine master clinicians show how complex PTSD involving dissociation and other challenging diagnoses can be treated safely and effectively. They stress the careful preparation of clients for EMDR and the inclusion of ego state therapy to target the dissociated ego states that arise in response to severe and prolonged trauma.

Ego States, Theory and Therapy


Watkins John G., & Watkins Helen H., Norton, 1997.
Ego states are the parts of our personality that cause us to act different ways in different situations.

Ego state theory links normal personality functioning with its extremes, such as found in dissociative identity disorder. The therapy integrates psychoanalytic practice and hypnoanalytic techniques to discover and explore covert ego states, thereby effecting behavior change. With clear language and case extracts, the recognized originators of ego state therapy explain this fascinating theory and how to put it into practice.

Dissociation hos barn och ungdomar


Margareta Friberg,  föreläsning 20050415


Deepening EMDR treatment effects across the Trauma spectrum –
Integrating EMDR and EGO STATE WORK


Carol Forgash, CSW, BCD –  20050527
This DVD seminar teaches the “basics” of Ego State Work and helps integrate Ego State approaches in EMDR practice. Three live demonstrations vividly illustrate this method for work with complex PTSD and dissociation.

Techniques to help the client manage affect, deal with dissociative symptoms and prepare clients for EMDR trauma processing.

Litteratur om EMDR:

EMDR – The Breakthrough Therapy For Overcoming Anxiety, Stress, And Trauma


Francine Shapiro, PhD and Margot Silk Forrest. BasicBooks, New York, 1997.
An authoritative introduction for professionals and laypeople and a casebook for trained EMDR clinicians. Chapters cover various types of traumas, phobias, children, addictions, grief, disease, future directions.

EMDR: Basic Principles, Protocols and Procedures.


Francine Shapiro, PhD. Guilford Press, New York, 2001 (2nd ed.).
The primary EMDR textbook essential for mental health professionals and university courses. This book is available through the EMDR Institute and is suggested reading.


EMDR as an Integrative Psychotherapy Approach:
Experts of Diverse Orientations Explore the Paradigm Prism


Francine Shapiro, PhD (Editor). American Psychological Association Books, 2002.
Introductory chapters by Dr. Shapiro explore the integrative nature of EMDR and how the information processing model is used for case conceptualization. Chapters by leading spokespersons of all major schools of psychotherapy explore how EMDR meshes with and complements their approaches.

EMDR in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy


Ricky Greenwald, PhD. Jason Aronson, New Jersey, 1999.
This book, which covers a wide range of client cases, offers specific tools for effectively integrating EMDR into an overall treatment plan for adolescents and children. Special attention is given to the treatment of disruptive and conduct-disordered children.

EMDR and Psychotherapy Integration


Howard Lipke, PhD. CRC Press LLC, Florida, 2000.
With an Emphasis on combat-related psychological problems, the author presents a model that advances the integration of EMDR with other psychotherapy methods and models.

EMDR in the Treatment of Adults Abused as Children


Laurel Parnell, PhD. Norton Professional Books, New York, 1999.
This book emphasizes the treatment of complex cases of adult survivors of childhood abuse.

EMDR Casebook


Expanded 2nd Edition Edited by Philip Manfield, PhD. New York, Norton Professional Books, 1998.
Exploration of the integrative nature of EMDR with contributions ranging from behavioral through analytic in the application of EMDR to diverse difficult cases including a variety of personality disorders.


Light in the Heart of Darkness:
EMDR and the Treatment of War and Terrorism Survivors


Steve Silver, PhD and Susan Rogers, PhD. Norton Professional Books, New York, 2001.
This book includes useful information for all clinicians doing relief work and/or working with cross cultural issues and provides guidelines for using EMDR in the treatment of complex PTSD arising from war and terrorism.

Small Wonders. Healing Childhood Trauma with EMDR


Joan Lovett, MD. The Free Press, New York, 1999.
For both parents and therapists, this book elucidates the use of EMDR by a behavioral pediatrician. Careful explanations and detailed case histories illustrate how EMDR may be used for problems as wide-ranging as nightmares, trichotillomania (hair-pulling), phobias, depression, sibling rivalry, grief, and a variety of complaints that can be traced to a child’s lack of self-esteem and trust in the world.

Through The Eyes of a Child. EMDR with Children


Robert H. Tinker, PhD & Sandra Wilson, PhD. Norton Professional Books, New York, 1999.
This book demystifies the application of EMDR for children, from the first session with parents to later sessions with children at all developmental stages. A myriad of cases illustrate the use of EMDR with simple as well as complex traumas. In addition, the authors discuss the use of EMDR as an intervention for children who have problems that are not caused by trauma.

Transforming Trauma: EMDR


Laurel Parnell, PhD. Norton Professional Books, New York, 1997.
An introduction to EMDR through the eyes of a practicing clinician. This book covers the personal experience of the clinician, her reasons for using EMDR and short narrative descriptions of a wide selection of her clients.

Trauma in the Lives of Children


Kendall Johnson, MFT. Hunter House, 1998.
A comprehensive volume on the treatment of children, including ways to forge the significant people in the child’s life into an effective team. Includes a chapter on EMDR.