Implementing EMDR Early Mental Health Interventions for Man-Made and Natural Disasters: Models, Scripted Protocols and Summary Sheets

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"In this latest insightful volume gathered and edited by Marilyn Luber, the authors have combined the lessons learned with personal accounts of how they proceeded. There is still much to be done to integrate mental health care effectively into disaster response worldwide, but this volume will help to point the way to best practices."

--Robert Gelbach, PhD

Past Executive Director at EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs

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Overview

"In this latest insightful volume gathered and edited by Marilyn Luber, the authors have combined the lessons learned with personal accounts of how they proceeded. There is still much to be done to integrate mental health care effectively into disaster response worldwide, but this volume will help to point the way to best practices."

--Robert Gelbach, PhD

Past Executive Director at EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a method of psychotherapy that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma.

This book presents EMDR early-response intervention protocols for such traumatic events as earthquakes, mining accidents, tsunamis, and ongoing warfare. It also provides concise summary sheets to facilitate quick information retrieval in perilous circumstances.

The book is authored by several of the first generation of therapists who successfully employed EMDR as a clinical treatment for acute stress following massive trauma events. They vividly describe their experiences and the protocols and models they developed to respond to disaster. The book describes two of the most commonly used resources: the Butterfly Hug and the Four Elements Exercise for Stress Management.

Includes new information on acute stress, secondary PTSD, and vicarious traumatization growing out of interventions subsequent to natural disasters, warfare, and massacres in Turkey, Asia, the Middle East, South and Central America, and the United States. Interventions that can be put to use on site and posttrauma are presented for groups, including work with children, adolescents, and adults and with special populations.

Additionally the book addresses working with first responders such as firefighters, EMS workers, and others when using EMDR. It facilitates the gathering and organizing of client data and contains updated and new scripted protocols, as well as summary sheets from EMDR Scripted Protocols: Basics and Special Situations and EMDR Scripted Protocols: Special Populations. Also included are templates for repeat use and an interactive PDF.

Key Features:

  • Provides EMDR early-intervention procedures for man-made and natural catastrophes
  • Addresses EMDR and early interventions for groups of all ages and special populations
  • Highlights international perspectives on how to organize a mental health response for recent traumatic events
  • Includes early-intervention scripts and summary sheets for individuals, groups, and special populations, as well as self-care scripts for clinicians
  • Offers concise summary sheets for quick information retrieval

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780826199218
  • Publisher: Springer Publishing Company, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 11/28/2013
  • Pages: 584
  • Sales rank: 805,642
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 1.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Marilyn Luber, PhD, has been in private practice in Philadelphia since 1987. For over 15 years she has trained facilitators nationally and internationally in EMDR, Levels I & II. She is also a consultant to EMDR-Germany and EMDR-Israel, and coordinates the Luber Seminar Series, specializing in EMDR. She has received numerous awards including the Francine Shapiro EMDR International Association Award (2005), the Outstanding Contribution EMDRIA Award (2003), and the EMDR HAP Humanitarian Services Award (1987). Dr. Luber is a member of APA, ISTSS, ISSD, and the Silvan Tomkins Institute. She is the author of EMDR Scripted Protocols: Basics and Special Situations, EMDR Scripted Protocols: Special Populations, two CD-ROMS, and a forthcoming book on anxiety, depression and medical-related issues.

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Table of Contents

Contributors.xv

Foreword.xxiii

Robert Gelbach

Preface.xxv

Acknowledgments.xxxix

PART I

Early Mental Health Intervention Response: An International Perspective

Chapter 1 Perspectives on International Postdisaster Response: Israel's Community Stress Prevention Center (CSPC)
.7

Alan Cohen and Mooli Lahad

Summary Sheet: Perspectives on International Postdisaster Response: Israel's Community Stress Prevention Center (CSPC)
.19

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 2 The Turkish Mental Health Response and Training Program: Model for Developing Countries
.25

Emre Konuk and Zeynep Zat

Summary Sheet: The Turkish Mental Health Response and Training Program: Model for Developing Countries
.43

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 3 Spain: The Evolution of Mental Health Response in Disasters
.49

Maria Cervera

Summary Sheet: Spain: The Evolution of Mental Health Response in Disasters
.67

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 4 Recent Trauma Response: Actions for an Early Psychological Intervention
.75

Ignacio Jarero and Susana Uribe

Summary Sheet: Recent Trauma Response: Actions for an Early Psychological Intervention
.83

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 5 EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program (EMDRHAP) and the Trauma Recovery Network (TRN)
.................................................87

Carol Martin and Nancy Simons

Summary Sheet: EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Program (EMDRHAP) and the Trauma Recovery Network (TRN)
.103

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 6 Establishing EMDR Connections With Earthquake Survivors of Gujarat, Western India (2001)
.107

Sushma Mehrotra, Mrinalini Purandare, Parul Tank, and Hvovi Bhagwagar

Summary Sheet: Establishing EMDR Connections With Earthquake Survivors of Gujarat, Western India (2001)
.121

Marilyn Luber

PART II

EMDR Early Mental Health Resources

Chapter 7 The Butterfly Hug
.127

Lucina Artigas and Ignacio Jarero

Summary Sheet: The Butterfly Hug
.131

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 8 Four Elements Exercise for Stress Management
.133

Elan Shapiro

Summary Sheet: Four Elements Exercise for Stress Management
.139

Marilyn Luber

PART III

EMDR On-Site or Hospital Response

Chapter 9 Emergency Response Procedure (ERP)
.143

Gary Quinn

Summary Sheet: Emergency Response Procedure (ERP)
.153

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 10 EMDR Emergency Room and Wards Protocol (EMDR-ER
).157

Judith S. B. Guedalia and Frances R. Yoeli

Summary Sheet: EMDR Emergency Room and Wards Protocol (EMDR-ER
).167

Marilyn Luber

PART IV

EMDR Early Intervention Procedures for Individuals

Chapter 11 Protocol for Recent Traumatic Events
.175

Scripted by Marilyn Luber (Shapiro, 2001, 2006)

Summary Sheet: Protocol for Recent Traumatic Events
.187

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 12 The Recent Traumatic Episode Protocol (R-TEP): An Integrative Protocol for Early EMDR Intervention (EEI)
.193

Elan Shapiro and Brurit Laub

Summary Sheet: The Recent Traumatic Episode Protocol (R-TEP): An Integrative Protocol for Early EMDR Intervention (EEI)
.209

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 13 The EMDR Protocol for Recent Critical Incidents (EMDR-PRECI)
.217

Ignacio Jarero and Lucina Artigas

Summary Sheet: The EMDR Protocol for Recent Critical Incidents (EMDR-PRECI)
.229

Marilyn Luber

PART V

EMDR Early Intervention for Groups

Chapter 14 The EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP) for Children
.237

Lucina Artigas, Ignacio Jarero, Nicté Alcalá, and Teresa López Cano

Summary Sheet for Each Participant: The EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP) for Children
.245

Marilyn Luber

Summary Sheet for Clinicians: The EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP) for Children
.249

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 15 The EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP) for Adults
.253

Ignacio Jarero and Lucina Artigas

Summary Sheet for Each Participant: The EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP) for Adults
.261

Marilyn Luber

Summary Sheet for Clinicians: The EMDR Integrative Group Treatment Protocol (IGTP) for Adults
.263

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 16 The Imma EMDR Group Protocol
.267

Brurit Laub and Esti Bar-Sade

Summary Sheet for Each Participant: The Imma EMDR Group Protocol
...........275

Marilyn Luber

Summary Sheet for Clinicians: The Imma EMDR Group Protocol
.279

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 17 A Written Workbook for Individual or Group EMDR
.285

Aiton Birnbaum

Summary Sheet (Regarding Each Potential Participant): A Written Workbook for Individual or Group EMDR
.325

Summary Sheet (For the Leader): A Written Workbook for Individual or Group EMDR
.331

Marilyn Luber

PART VI

EMDR Early Mental Health Interventions: First Responders


Chapter 18 Early Mental Health Intervention for First Responders/Protective Service Workers Including Firefighters and Emergency Medical Services
Professionals

.343

Robbie Adler-Tapia


Summary Sheet: Early Mental Health Intervention for First Responders/Protective Service Workers Including Firefighters and Emergency Medical Services
Professionals

.371

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 19 Early Mental Health EMDR Intervention for the Police
.........................383

Roger Solomon

Summary Sheet: Early Mental Health EMDR Intervention for the Police
.401

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 20 EMDR and Effective Management of Acute Stress Injuries: Early Mental Health Intervention From a Military Perspective
.407

Mark C. Russell, Tammera M. Cooke, and Susan Rogers

Summary Sheet: EMDR and Effective Management of Acute Stress Injuries: Early Mental Health Intervention From a Military Perspective
.435

Marilyn Luber

PART VII

EMDR Early Intervention for Special Situations

Chapter 21 EMDR for Mining and Related Trauma: The Underground Trauma Protocol
.451

David Blore

Summary Sheet: EMDR for Mining and Related Trauma: The Underground Trauma Protocol
.467

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 22 EMDR "Blind to Therapist Protocol"
.475

David Blore and Manda Holmshaw

Summary Sheet: EMDR "Blind to Therapist Protocol"
.483

Marilyn Luber

PART VIII

EMDR and Clinician Self-Care: Recent Trauma Response

Chapter 23 Self-Care for EMDR Practitioners
.491

Neal Daniels

Summary Sheet: Self-Care for EMDR Practitioners
.493

Marilyn Luber


Chapter 24 Community Trauma: A Blueprint for Support and Treatment for Trauma Recovery Network (TRN) Responders From the Newtown, CT, Tragedy

.495

Karen Alter-Reid


Summary Sheet: Community Trauma: A Blueprint for Support and Treatment for Trauma Recovery Network (TRN) Responders From the Newtown, CT, Tragedy

.503

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 25 Vicarious Trauma and EMDR
.507

Derek Farrell

Summary Sheet: Vicarious Trauma and EMDR
.525

Marilyn Luber

Chapter 26 Worst Case Scenarios in Recent Trauma Response
.533

Ignacio Jarero and Susana Uribe

Summary Sheet: Worst Case Scenarios in Recent Trauma Response
.539

Marilyn Luber

Appendix A: Worksheets.543

Appendix B: EMDR Worldwide Associations and Other Resources.562

References.569

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