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Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This is a really good book, covering the theory in an easy to read manner. The content has it all really.
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It's a book on my university book list, but I really enjoyed and value this book. One person found this helpful 2 people found this helpful. If you are interested in neurobiology and psychodynamics, this is the book for you. Would recommend buying this book. Margaret Wilkinson has shown how to apply the latest research discoveries in neuroscience to psychotherapeutic work of all kinds. Her insights can be used by any therapist working in the area of emotional wounding. The examples of work with patients are vivid and easy to follow, so that the reader feels that he or she can easily apply what they teach in a balanced, informed and emotionally attuned way.http://websrv2-nginx.classic.com.np/sopa-de-verduras-abc-en-espaol.php
It really isn't necessary to understand all the technical references to the working of brain areas and neural pathways in order to benefit from reading this book. Although there is plenty of discussion of insights from psychoanalysis, you do not have to be a psychoanalyst to apply what is revealed here to your own therapeutic work in various fields. What is needed is some sympathy with attachment theory and infant development. Therapists in the helping professions will find the book deeply helpful and enlivening, because it offers ways of being effective, even in cases of deep emotional trauma.
I'm not suggesting it is a text for "wild analysis", but rather, a ground breaking text for trained therapists. At the same time, people who do not work directly as therapists, but as teachers, nurses, helpers in institutions for offenders and in residential schools for emotionally fragile children, to name just a few, will gain insights that will deepen their understanding and effectiveness.
I highly recommend this book. Miranda Davies, retired child psychotherapist. See all 3 reviews. Most helpful customer reviews on Amazon. Although I've never written a review before, I was so moved, informed and appreciative of the author's interdisciplinary efforts to explain what heals and changes in therapy, that I am extolling its praise. I am a therapist, and I went to a workshop of hers which was good enough. But the book does far more in modeling and integrating so much of the art and science of psychotherapy.
This may be the most transformative reading I have done professionally. This book brought so many bits together without jargon but with a clarity and tenderness, that I feel like a better therapist and a better person because of it. A solid explanation of the manner in which the brain responds to therapy and the importance of understanding how each of these activities influence the mechanisms of neurobiology.
The brain does not function like an electric switch but has so many subtle and not so subtle influences for the manner in which it influences behavior, emotions and growth. This book helps to make the process of change in therapy more understandable. The writer uses syntheses from different therapies.
Should be required reading in all psychotherapy courses. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing EMDR scripted protocols: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention therapist treatment sessions ptsd therapists useful introduction process helpful shapiro cases method examples technique trained training idea healing helped clinicians. There was a problem filtering reviews right now.
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Wow, this other reviewer hasn't even read the book and is dissing it like he knew what he was talking about! In my own search this is what happened way too many times. Therapists advertise as EMDR trained and then do nothing. On the other hand, these same psychologists can offer only behavior training because that is measurable a big word in the pseudo sciences.
This book and a few others are actually the cutting edge of trauma therapy.
My last accusation is that psychologists normally don't do EMDR because it is so effective that they can't drag out the process and make lots of money doing nothing! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. With degrees in psychology and healthcare administration tempered by 40 plus years of experience, I sadly continue to wonder whether the VA will ever catch up and catch on?
Are 20 suicides each day not enough to wake them up? Read this and then help the ones you love to connect with a fully trained and experienced EMDR clinician. It may be the best thing you ever do. This is very good introduction to this fascinating form of therapy. It gives a brief over-view of the history of the treatment, and many interesting stories of how it has helped different individuals.
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Some reviewers have complained that it does not give enough information concerning how to do the therapy, but this is intentional and important. It does describe it in broad terms, but a therapist needs to be trained to do this, not just read about it in a book! I am an EMDR therapist and keep multiple copies of this book on hand to share with patients who want to better understand the process. It is tremendously rewarding to help patients heal themselves through this process. Good luck to you in your journey. Tried this book then tried it with a professional in person.
Use this to understand the basic concepts but see a professional for actual implementation. Author only cites examples of specific trauma for subject to focus on. Didn't impress me as useful if you are not able to focus on a specific remembered event as in a generalized anxiety disorder. Incredibly helpful in understanding this trauma treatment technique as a lay person. I think it would be even more useful for those in the field considering this. We need more books about it. I read the criticisms from other readers and felt that they didn't understand the intention of the book.
They wanted an explanation of how to do EMDR, and this is a casebook of examples not a text. Shapiro that explains the procedures and protocols. If you want to actually do EMDR, you have to take the class. I did last year, and because I haven't practiced I am taking it again. It's not something you want to try on your own. So, if you want examples of cases, read this book. If you want to know the protocols, get the textbook.
They are both good. Some of the cases are somewhat graphic in detail, but you get a better idea of "how" EMDR is used.
It is a good companion to the text. I'm not sure I'd want a client to read this book, unless I'd carefully thought about how it would impact them. These are not your run of the mill cases. The majority of cases have suffered extremely horrific traumas to better illustrate how well EMDR can work. See all 87 reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published 1 month ago. Published 5 months ago. Published 7 months ago. Published 9 months ago. Published 10 months ago. Published 1 year ago. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures. The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma.