• EMDR Workbook for Children & Adults

  • A Complete Guide to Treating Your Trauma. Relive Your Stress, Anger and Depression
  • By: Melinda Quinn
  • Narrated by: DM STUDIOS
  • Length: 4 hrs and 22 mins
  • 5.0 out of 5 stars (18 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Do you know about EMDR therapy? Are you aware of the techniques used to relieve stress, anxiety, and unwanted thoughts with different eye movements? Do you want to live a stress-free life and get over your past?

Trauma is an inevitable aspect of life. You or anyone you care about has almost certainly been through trauma, whether it was "big-T" trauma like mental, physical, or sexual assault, or "little-t" trauma like divorce, loss of employment, terrible childhood events, or any scenario where you seemed worthless, frightened, or helpless. Untreated trauma may result in long-term consequences such as depression, anxiousness, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and problems sustaining intimate relationships. 

The best part is that we can recover. It doesn't have to be a lifelong process. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of psychotherapy that has been shown to help individuals recover from trauma and enhance their quality of life.

EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) is a relatively recent method of psychotherapy. It's gaining popularity, particularly as a treatment for PTSD. PTSD is often caused by military combat, physical violence, rape, or car accidents. Amid ongoing research, EMDR remains controversial amongst some health care professionals. EMDR has seemed to take an unconventional approach to mental problems at first glance. It has nothing to do with medication or talk therapy. In contrast, EMDR depends on the person's own quick, consecutive eye movements. The emotional effect of unpleasant memories from the past is reduced by these eye movements.

You'll learn the following in this audiobook:

  • Neurological analysis of trauma and stress and the effects on our brain
  • Trauma, its signs and symptoms
  • Neurobiology of trauma and stress
  • PTSD and the brain
  • All about EMDR therapy
  • Different phases of EMDR therapy, benefits, effectiveness, models
  • Traumatic memories, EMDR, children & adults
  • Childhood trauma and EMDR
  • Self-asministered EMDR
  • EMDR workbook ( Protocol scripts, journal)
  • Tips, success stories of EMDR and much more

The breakthrough Eye Movement Desensitizing & Reprocessing (EMDR) psychotherapy developed by Dr. Francine Shapiro has been effectively utilized to treat a multitude of symptoms, like anxiety, aggression, melancholy, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). These problems are often the result of previous events, yet they cause us great pain in the present and prevent us from moving on. Self-guided EMDR therapy delves into how EMDR may be used to address emotional problems, as well as what to anticipate during or after therapy. Before Andler leads listeners through each stage of the eight-phase therapy procedure to the recovery, there are some self-help foundation exercises to do. Even if you intend to visit a professional, it is a must for anybody starting EMDR treatment.

Shapiro, the founder of EMDR, discusses how our characters evolve and why we get stuck in feelings, beliefs, and behaviors that aren't beneficial to us. Listeners would start understanding themselves and why the individuals in their lives behave the way they do through comprehensive examples and activities. Significantly, readers will discover methods to enhance their interactions, knock down emotional feelings, overcome constraints, and flourish.

So, don't waste your time. Get your copy now to learn and understand the different techniques of EMDR and make yourself free from distressing thoughts.

©2021 Melinda Quinn (P)2021 DM Studios

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Very informative.

This audio-book provides a wealth of information. This book assisted me in determining the source of my worry. It provides us with a useful and logical explanation. This audio-book is really useful to me.

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Insightful.

This audiobook is enlightening to me. Many individuals are unfamiliar with depression and other mental illnesses. It is difficult for people who suffer from these illnesses to find strategies to manage. This book is quite beneficial to folks like me who are seeking assistance.

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Easy listen.

This audiobook was largely enjoyable to listen to. I greatly loved this book, with the exception of the occasional detour into technical jargon. I really liked how a wide variety of possible mood-lifting activities was given.

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Great example

It makes me want to go back and dig up some more of my own garbage. On the client side, this is an excellent illustration of how EMDR should be used.

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Well-written

Listening to this audio book is like having a down-to-earth, smart tutor share her knowledge with you. The book is well-written and includes numerous case studies that help to bring the topic to life.

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Interesting audio book.

If you believe it, it is true theory, however it is not my cup of tea. This might work for you if you're easily hypnotized, but not otherwise.

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Better understanding

It's a little difficult to go through, but it's quite educational. I've gained a better knowledge of EMDR therapy and am looking forward to my first session.

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Informative

It's a little difficult to go through, but it's quite educational. If EMDR is suited for them, and if components of it may be usefully incorporated into other therapies, they should consider it.

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Wonderful

This audio book is a fantastic technique to assist oneself in self-healing. It does not substitute for therapy, but it does alleviate the anguish.

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Good explanation

Other listeners' remarks made me feel like they didn't understand the purpose of the audio book. They were looking for an explanation of how to use EMDR, and this is a case audio book that fits the bill. You must listen to the audio book if you want to learn how to do EMDR.