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In Search of the Antonym to Trauma: An Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing perspective on positive psychological changes after trauma Paperback – 24 Jun 2012
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About the Author
David Blore PhD, is a Psychotherapist who has spent 25 years as a clinician and researcher in the field of Psychotraumatology, with special interests in Eye Movement Desensitisation & Reprocessing; Positive Psychology, and the Phenomenology of psychological change after trauma.
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This book is essential reading, as it can inspire clinicians to work in a radically different frame towards the psychological benefit of their clients, plus it offers clients the important hopes that not only can they work towards decreasing their negative symptoms, but also they can hope for positive self growth and personal development following psychological trauma treatment!
The strengths of this book are that it is a well written, gripping, yet easy read, based in theory, offering an innovative therapeutic frame, whilst urging further research studies to be completed. It has its limitations in the qualitative nature and size of study, which cannot denote cause and effect, but it forms a good basis to encourage much needed further research.
The content is extremely useful to practitioners, in alerting them to an alternative way of viewing therapeutic processes and directing them towards EMDR as a positive example of how to practically work with clients towards this self development following trauma treatment.
The book is aimed at and appropriate for both clinicians and clients alike. I believe that any therapist who has successfully worked with clients using EMDR, or any client who has successfully completed EMDR treatment, will totally understand and relate to this book, having observed first hand the positive growth alluded to! It will be inspirational to clinicians in search of meaningful therapeutic practice and offer hope to those clients who have become stuck in their negative symptoms of trauma.