Trauma Aid UK is bringing together reports and articles on research contributing to increased understanding of the role of EMDR training and the benefits it delivers to trauma sufferers and those with PTSD.
EMDR Resources in the Era of COVID-19 is meant for you to use and share with other colleagues. Please post it on the websites or your regional, national, TRNs, CRNs and other related groups that will find it helpful.
The only request is that you acknowledge our work with an appropriate citation. If you are going to use it in a presentation, write to the author noted in the copyright notice at the end of the chapter to advise him/her/them.
It has EMDR early intervention, stabilisation and reprocessing instructions for current and on going Traumatic Stress – not PTSD. The exercises are safe enough to be used by the public and Frontliners to use as self help. A video on destabilisation is included which can be used without therapist assistance. It could be used in the NHS at screening or as we go through waiting lists. The website is:1stcontact.net
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