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A Systematic Research Synthesis of EMDR Studies
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychological treatment method used primarily for people who have experienced trauma. This article provides a systematic research synthesisExpand
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Trauma Resolution Treatment as an Adjunct to Standard Treatment for Child Molesters A Qualitative Study
A literature review of current treatment models for child molesters and contemporary theories of etiology suggests a gap between theory and practice. Despite emerging recognition of the importance ofExpand
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Some effects of EMDR on previously abused child molesters: Theoretical reviews and preliminary findings
Abstract Ten child molesters with reported histories of childhood sexual abuse underwent eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) trauma treatment as an adjunct to standardExpand
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Trauma Resolution Using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing With an Incestuous Sex Offender
This case describes the use of eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) to reduce reactivity to childhood trauma in an incestuous sex offender. It explores the relationship betweenExpand
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Autoethnographic Verse: Nicky's Boy: A Life in Two Worlds
This autoethnographic verse is about my childhood experience of two distinct and ethnically representative family cultures. Poetry and qualitative research share in their goals of providing meaning,Expand
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EMDR With Sex Offenders: Using Offense Drivers to Guide Conceptualization and Treatment
Evidence shows that sexual offenders have higher levels of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) than either the general population or other criminal populations. Historically, it was consideredExpand
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Special Applications of EMDR: Treatment of Performance Anxiety, Sex Offenders, Couples, Families, and Traumatized Groups
This article presents four brief reports that illustrate EMDR’s potential in addressing a range of pathologies and problems. These include traumatized groups, families and couples, sex offenders, andExpand
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Trauma resolution treatment as an adjunt to stand treatment for sexual offenders
This study explored the use of adding trauma resolution therapy to standard cognitivebehavioral relapse prevention therapy for sex offenders. Ten adjudicated sex offenders with sexual abuse historiesExpand
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A Developmental Perspective of Marriage and Family Therapist's Ethical Principles: Support for the Practitioner–Ethics Relationship Model
This study explored therapists' professional ethics by assessing therapist “at-risk” behaviors as they relate to ethical proficiency in the field of Marriage and Family Therapy. A survey assessingExpand
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Ethical Issues and At-Risk Behaviors in Marriage and Family Therapy: A Qualitative Study of Awareness
This exploratory study investigated perceptions of and relationship with professional ethics of therapists-in-training. A focus group of marriage and family therapy doctoral students exploredExpand
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