A Guide to the Standard EMDR Protocols for Clinicians, Supervisors, and Consultants

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Overview

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This is an excellent guide to the theory and practice of EMDR. It provides great clarity to readers unsure of how this therapy is conducted. If you want to know about EMDR, this is the book to have. Score: 100, 5 stars

--Doody's

Learning to use EMDR safely and effectively requires the integration of a wide range of knowledge and skills. This guide serves as an orientation to the clinical, professional, and risk management issues that EMDR practitioners face in their daily practice.

Following the eight-phase model of EMDR, the book provides clear, detailed guidelines to utilizing the standard EMDR protocols for treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder, phobias, and panic attacks. Included are guidelines for case formulation, treatment planning, and preparing patients for EMDR reprocessing. The guide also contains sample consultation agreements and forms for documenting case summaries and treatment outcomes.

Key features:

  • Includes charts, forms, illustrations, tables, and decision trees to guide treatment planning and documentation
  • Presents case studies with transcripts illustrating the different protocols, as well as guidelines for informed decision making
  • Discusses ethical issues in clinical application, consultation, supervision, and research

With clear, concise treatment guidelines on the clinical use of EMDR, this book serves as an invaluable resource for practicing clinicians, supervisors, consultants, and clinic directors. "

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Gary B Kaniuk, Psy.D.(Cermak Health Services)
Description: This book describes how to conduct EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) using a step-by-step approach, covering the eight phases from history taking and case formulation through reassessment, verifying whether treatment goals have been achieved.
Purpose: According to the author, the book "is intended to supplement the following requirements for all EMDR clinicians: a thorough reading of Francine Shapiro's text Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures (2nd edition (Guilford, 2001)); an EMDRIA-approved basic training in EMDR; and consultation in the use of EMDR from an EMDRIA-Approved Consultant."
Audience: The intended audience includes "graduate students, clinicians, consultants, supervisors, instructors, and clinicians." The author, a licensed psychologist with 34 years of experience, began his EMDR training in 1991 and has conducted training for over 15,000 clinicians in North America, Europe, and Asia, served in the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA), and is now on the editorial board of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research.
Features: The book begins with a theoretical foundation and history of EMDR before describing the eight phase model in depth. The process begins with case conceptualization and history taking. The preparation phase focuses on the therapeutic alliance and patient education regarding treatment. The assessment phase discusses identifying maladaptive memories and recording baseline measures of the key symptoms. The desensitization phase is where reprocessing begins. Phases 5 to 7 cover installation, body scan, and closure. The final phase highlights reevaluating treatment on both a micro and macro level. The book also addresses specific diagnostic categories such as specific phobia and panic disorder. Four useful appendixes provide fidelity checklists to be used by the therapist as a self-rating on adherence to EMDR protocols; procedural scripts and forms for documenting treatment; resources such as meta-analyses of EMDR, treatment guidelines, databases, standardized tools, etc.; and a glossary of terms. This book has wonderful figures (illustrations and charts) which explain and summarize the text well. There are many forms in the book that require permission from the publisher for use.
Assessment: This is an excellent guide to the theory and practice of EMDR. It provides great clarity to readers unsure of how this therapy is conducted. If you want to know about EMDR, this is the book to have.
From The Critics
Reviewer: Gary B Kaniuk, Psy.D.(Cermak Health Services)
Description: This book describes how to conduct EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) using a step-by-step approach, covering the eight phases from history taking and case formulation through reassessment, verifying whether treatment goals have been achieved.
Purpose: According to the author, the book "is intended to supplement the following requirements for all EMDR clinicians: a thorough reading of Francine Shapiro's text Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Basic Principles, Protocols, and Procedures (2nd edition (Guilford, 2001)); an EMDRIA-approved basic training in EMDR; and consultation in the use of EMDR from an EMDRIA-Approved Consultant.
Audience: The intended audience includes "graduate students, clinicians, consultants, supervisors, instructors, and clinicians." The author, a licensed psychologist with 34 years of experience, began his EMDR training in 1991 and has conducted training for over 15,000 clinicians in North America, Europe, and Asia, served in the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA), and is now on the editorial board of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research.
Features: The book begins with a theoretical foundation and history of EMDR before describing the eight phase model in depth. The process begins with case conceptualization and history taking. The preparation phase focuses on the therapeutic alliance and patient education regarding treatment. The assessment phase discusses identifying maladaptive memories and recording baseline measures of the key symptoms. The desensitization phase is where reprocessing begins. Phases 5 to 7 cover installation, body scan, and closure. The final phase highlights reevaluating treatment on both a micro and macro level. The book also addresses specific diagnostic categories such as specific phobia and panic disorder. Four useful appendixes provide fidelity checklists to be used by the therapist as a self-rating on adherence to EMDR protocols; procedural scripts and forms for documenting treatment; resources such as meta-analyses of EMDR, treatment guidelines, databases, standardized tools, etc.; and a glossary of terms. This book has wonderful figures (illustrations and charts) which explain and summarize the text well. There are many forms in the book that require permission from the publisher for use.
Assessment: This is an excellent guide to the theory and practice of EMDR. It provides great clarity to readers unsure of how this therapy is conducted. If you want to know about EMDR, this is the book to have.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826115515
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 6/22/2009
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 424
  • Sales rank: 505,867
  • Product dimensions: 8.50 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Andrew M. Leeds, PhD, is a California licensed Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist with 34 years of experience in the private practice of psychotherapy. He practices in Santa Rosa, California.
Dr. Leeds received his BA in Psychology with honors in 1972 from the University of California at Santa Cruz, an MA in Clinical Psychology in 1974 from Goddard
College, and his PhD in Clinical Psychology in 1983 from International College.
After early training in Gestalt and Somatic psychotherapies, Dr. Leeds served a
2-year internship as program coordinator for an alcohol abuse treatment program in Santa Cruz and received his license as a Marriage and Family Therapist before going on to obtain his doctorate. During his doctoral program, he studied cognitive behavioral therapy, Ericksonian hypnosis, and self psychology.
Dr. Leeds received his initial EMDR training in 1991 and became an EMDR training supervisor that same year. In 1993, he became an EMDR trainer. He has conducted
EMDR trainings for 15,000 clinicians at 140 training programs in the United States,
Canada, France, England, and Japan.
He has presented papers on EMDR for regional, national, and international conferences.
He is the author of a book, book chapters, and several journal articles on EMDR. He served for 2 years on the Standards and Training Committee of the
EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) and for 3 years as an elected member of the EMDRIA Board of Directors. He presently serves as a member of the Editorial
Advisory Board of the Journal of EMDR Practice and Research . He is an EMDRIAApproved
Consultant providing consultation to EMDR clinicians around the world.

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Table of Contents

Section I The CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK for UNDERSTANDING EMDR

Chapter 1 - The HISTORY and EVOLUTION of EMDR

Chapter 2 - The ADAPTIVE INFORMATION PROCESSING MODEL

Chapter 3 - An OVERVIEW of the STANDARD EIGHT-PHASE MODEL of EMDR

and the THREE-PRONGED PROTOCOL

Section II CASE FORMULATION, TREATMENT PLANNING, and PREPARING PATIENTS

for EMDR REPROCESSING

Chapter 4 - CASE FORMULATION and TREATMENT PLANNING

Chapter 5 - ASSESSING READINESS for REPROCESSING

Chapter 6 - The PREPARATION PHASE

Section III PHASES THREE THROUGH EIGHT of the STANDARD PROTOCOL for PTSD

with the STANDARD PROCEDURAL STEPS for EMDR REPROCESSING

Chapter 7 - The ASSESSMENT PHASE

Chapter 8 - The DESENSITIZATION PHASE: BASIC PROCEDURES

Chapter 9 - MAINTAINING and RESTORING EFFECTIVE REPROCESSING

in the DESENSITIZATION PHASE

Chapter 10 - The INSTALLATION, BODY SCAN, and CLOSURE PHASES

Chapter 11 - The REEVALUATION PHASE and COMPLETING the TREATMENT PLAN

Chapter 12 - CASES ILLUSTRATING EMDR TREATMENT of PTSD

Section IV RESEARCH-SUPPORTED STANDARD EMDR PROTOCOLS for OTHER DISORDERS

Chapter 13 - TREATING SPECIFIC PHOBIA

Chapter 14 - TREATING PANIC DISORDER

Chapter 15 - CASES ILLUSTRATING EMDR TREATMENT of PANIC DISORDER

Section V PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Chapter 16 - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT in CLINICAL APPLICATION

Chapter 17 - SUPERVISING and CONSULTING on EMDR TREATMENT

Section VI FIDELITY CHECKLISTS, FORMS, RESOURCES

Appendix A - FIDELITY CHECKLISTS

Appendix B - PROCEDURAL SCRIPTS and FORMS for PLANNING and DOCUMENTING
EMDR TREATMENT

Appendix C - RESOURCES

Appendix D - GLOSSARY

REFERENCES

INDEX

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