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  • Self-Guided EMDR Therapy & Workbook

  • Healing from Anxiety, Anger, Stress, Depression, PTSD & Emotional Trauma
  • By: Katherine Andler
  • Narrated by: Melanie Hensch
  • Length: 1 hr and 8 mins
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Self-Guided EMDR Therapy & Workbook

By: Katherine Andler
Narrated by: Melanie Hensch
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Summary

Dr. Francine Shapiro's groundbreaking Eye Movement Desensitizing and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is used to treat a variety of issues, including anxiety, anger, depression, and PTSD. These issues often have their roots in past events, and yet they cause us untold anguish in the present, and hold us back from our future. Self-Guided EMDR Therapy explores how EMDR can be used to heal emotional disturbances, and what to expect during and after treatment. 

There are self-help grounding exercises to do before Andler guides listeners through each step of the the eight-phase treatment process to healing. This is a must-listen for anyone embarking on EMDR therapy, even if you are planning to see a professional. 

Key Features: 

  • In-depth exporation at the eight-stage treatment process. 
  • How unprocessed memories cause traumas. 
  • The symptoms of trauma (including anxiety, anger and depression)
  • What EMDR is: eight-stage treatment prompt sheet. 
  • Personal history self-assessment. 
  • Workbook structure for reprogramming target traumas. 

About the author: Katherine Andler is the author of Self-Administered EMDR; Freedom from Anger, Anxiety and Depression

©2018 Katherine Andler (P)2020 Katherine Andler

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  • Kathy Long
  • 22-09-22

EMDR Self Help

after reading/listening to Francine Shapiro's book on her discovery and refining EMDR I am completely enthralled and excited to learn as much about it as possible.!
I enjoyed the information in this book though I had a hard time listening to the person narrating.

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  • 19-05-22

EMDR

It's EMDR Foe Dummies. It's clear, direct and practical. I am a professional counselor, and it has informed and guided my work with myself and my clients.

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  • Jedi Moerke
  • 13-06-21

Clearinstructions

The instructions provided in this DIY manual are clear and concise. The only criticism I have is that the author didn't discuss auditory forms of bilateral stimulation that may be beneficial along with tactile forms, especially for people who are blind or who otherwise don't use their eyes in a typical fashion.

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