W. W. Norton & Company, 2003 - Psychology - 360 pages
The broad range of EMDR is explored via case examples addressing complex emotional problems such as postpartum depression, survivor guilt, and the effects of child abuse. A new chapter on PTSD, written in the wake of September 11, is featured in this paperback edition of Manfield's acclaimed work.
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