Recherches

Cette section a pour but de vous donner accès à différentes recherches montrant l'efficacité et les mécanismes d'action des thérapies que j'utilise.

 

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EMDR et Recherches

 Voici quelques unes des nombreuses recherches recommandant la thérapie EMDR

 

Recommandations internationales de traitement

 

INSERM (2004)

Psychotherapy: An evaluation

of three approaches.

French National Institute of
Health and Medical Research,

Paris, France.

 

EMDR and CBT were stated to be

the treatments of choice for trauma victims.

 

American Psychiatric

Association (2004)

Practice Guideline for the Treatment

of Patients with Acute Stress Disorder and Post traumatic Stress Disorder.

Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric
Association Practice Guidelines.

 

EMDR is recommended as an effective treatment for trauma.

 

Bleich, A., Kotler, M., Kutz,

I., & Shalev, A. (2002)

A
position paper of the (Israeli) National Council for Mental Health: Guidelines

for the assessment

and professional intervention

with terror victims in the hospital and in the community.

Jerusalem, Israel.

 

EMDR is one of three methods

recommended for treatment of terror victims.

 

California Evidence-Based

Clearinghouse for Child Welfare (2010)

Trauma Treatment for Children.
http://www.cebc4cw.org.

 

EMDR and Trauma-focused CBT

are considered “Well-Supported by Research Evidence.”

 

Chambless, D.L. et al. (1998)

Update
of empirically validated therapies, II.

The Clinical Psychologist, 51,

3-16.

 

According to a taskforce of

the Clinical Division of the American Psychological Association,

the only methods empirically

supported (“probably efficacious”) for the treatment of any posttraumatic stress

disorder population were EMDR, exposure therapy, and stress inoculation therapy.

Note that this evaluation does not cover the last decade of research.

 

CREST (2003)

The management of post traumatic stress disorder in

adults.

A publication of the Clinical
Resource Efficiency Support Team of the

Northern Ireland Department of
Health, Social Services and Public Safety,

Belfast.

 

EMDR and CBT were stated to be

the treatments of choice.

 

Department of Veterans Affairs

& Department of Defense (2004)

VA/DoD Clinical Practice

Guideline for the Management of Post-Traumatic

Stress. Washington, DC: Veterans Health
Administration, Department of

Veterans Affairs and Health
Affairs, Department of Defense. Office of Quality

and Performance publication
10Q-CPG/PTSD-04.

 

EMDR was placed in the "A" category as “strongly

recommended” for the

treatment of

trauma.

 

Dutch National Steering

Committee Guidelines Mental Health Care

(2003)

Multidisciplinary Guideline
Anxiety Disorders. Quality Institute Heath

Care CBO/Trimbos Intitute.
Utrecht, Netherlands.

EMDR Research & Reading

 

EMDR and CBT both designated

as treatments of choice for PTSD

 

Foa, E.B., Keane, T.M.,

Friedman, M.J., & Cohen, J.A. (2009)

Effective treatments for PTSD: Practice Guidelines of the

International Society for

Traumatic Stress Studies New York: Guilford Press.

 

EMDR was listed as an

effective and empirically supported treatment for PTSD, and was

given an AHCPR “A” rating for

adult PTSD. This guideline specifically rejected the findings

of the previous Institute of

Medicine report, which stated that more research was needed to

judge EMDR effective for adult

PTSD. With regard to the application of EMDR to children,

an AHCPR rating of Level B was

assigned. Since the time of this publication, three

additional randomized studies

on EMDR have been completed (see below).

 

National Collaborating Centre

for Mental Health (2005)

Post traumatic stress disorder

(PTSD): The management of adults and children in primary

and secondary care. London: National Institute for Clinical
Excellence.

 

Trauma-focused CBT and EMDR

were stated to be empirically supported treatments for

choice for adult PTSD.

 

SAMHSA’s National Registry of

Evidence-based Programs and

Practices (2011) http://nrepp.samhsa.gov/ViewIntervention.aspx?id=199

 

The Substance Abuse and Mental

Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is an agency

of the U.S. Department of

Health and Human Services (HHS). This national registry

(NREPP) cites EMDR as evidence

based practice for treatment of PTSD, anxiety, and

depression symptoms. Their review

of the evidence also indicated that EMDR leads to an

improvement in mental health

functioning.

 

Therapy Advisor (2004-11): http://www.therapyadvisor.com

 

An NIMH sponsored website

listing empirically supported methods for a variety of disorders.

EMDR is one of three

treatments listed for PTSD.

 

United Kingdom Department of

Health (2001)

Treatment choice in psychological
therapies and counselling evidence based clinical practice guideline.

London, England.

 

Best evidence of efficacy was reported for EMDR,

exposure, and stress inoculation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Julien Baillet

Psychologue, Praticien EMDR Europe et Thérapie Sensorimotrice

 

245 Cours Gambetta

33400 Talence

 

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