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The Man Who Saw Too Much

Aspen’s Michael Ferrara is bringing attention to a little-known problem: post-traumatic stress disorder among the people who save our lives. By Hampton Sides Reprinted with permission by Outside Online. The article can be seen here. Looking back over his nearly 30 years as a highly decorated first responder in Colorado’s Roaring Fork Valley, Michael Ferrara …

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Must Read NY Times Blog

February 27, 2012, 3:04 pm By TOBY BILANOW, Reporter Ask an Expert About E.M.D.R. The psychological therapy known as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, or E.M.D.R., has gained increasing attention in recent years as a treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder among returning war veterans and others suffering from the results of serious trauma. The integrative …

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EMDR INSTITUTE TRAINING INFORMATION & PARTICIPANT’S AGREEMENT

PO Box 750 Watsonville, CA 95077 Tel (831) 761 1040 FAX (831) 761 1204 Email inst@emdr.com. Please sign and return the following agreement to the EMDR office. EMDR INSTITUTE TRAINING INFORMATION & PARTICIPANT’S AGREEMENT Please read and acknowledge the following agreement prior to commencing EMDR training. The undersigned acknowledges that (s)he has been advised & understands: Current …

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Francine Shapiro, PhD PO Box 750, Watsonville, CA 95077 Tel: (831) 761-1040 Fax: (831) 761-1204 Email: inst@emdr.com PERSONAL DATA California licensed psychologist  (PSY12160) Executive Director-EMDR Institute, Inc. Founder and President Emeritus-EMDR Humanitarian Assistance Programs Senior Research Fellow Emeritus-Mental Research Institute, Palo Alto, California Developed Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing  (EMDR) therapy Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology-Professional School …

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EMDR: A Closer Look

This compelling video provides an insightful view of EMDR, probing both its widespread popularity and its controversial nature.

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