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EMDR Therapy for Depression

EMDR Therapy for Depression

Approximately 280 million people live with depression each year. With a growing body of evidence, EMDR offers a unique approach to therapy. Hear from EMDR Global Alliance member, Marilyn Luber.

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Can you share how you first got involved with EMDR therapy?
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What is EMDR therapy?
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How does EMDR therapy theoretically explain or conceptualize depression? How does the EMDR treatment process for depression differ from its process for treating PTSD?
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What are the typical outcomes and success rates of EMDR therapy in treating depression, based on current research?
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What is the neurobiological mechanism proposed to explain the effectiveness of EMDR in treating depression?
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Is it possible to effectively combine EMDR therapy with other therapeutic approaches in the treatment of depression?
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Are there specific types or sources of depression that are particularly responsive to EMDR therapy?
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How does EMDR therapy help in modifying negative belief systems and self-perceptions that contribute to depression?
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In the treatment of depression with EMDR, what are the potential side effects or challenges that patients and practitioners should be aware of?
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