Table Of Contents

Contributors
Foreword Rosalie Thomas, PhD, RN
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction

SECTION I: COMPONENTS OF AN EMDR THERAPY APPROACH TO CULTURAL COMPETENCE

1:    Cultural Competence and EMDR Therapy
Mark Nickerson

2:    Integrating Cultural Concepts and Terminology Into the AIP Model and EMDR Approach
Mark Nickerson

3:    Healing Culturally-Based Trauma and Exploring Social Identities With EMDR Therapy
Mark Nickerson

4:    Dismantling Prejudice and Exploring Social Privilege With EMDR Therapy
Mark Nickerson

 

SECTION II: STRATEGIES FOR MARGINALIZED CULTURES

5:    An Integrative Approach to EMDR Therapy as an Antioppression Endeavor
Rajani Venkatraman Levis and Laura Siniego

6:    Placing Culture at the Heart of EMDR Therapy
Rajani Venkatraman Levis

7:    Culturally Attuned EMDR Therapy With an Immigrant Woman Suffering From Social Anxiety
Barbara Lutz

8:    The EMDR Approach Used as a Tool to Provide Psychological Help to Refugees and Asylum Seekers
Paola Castelli Gattinara, Antonio Onofri, and Cristina Angelini Nickerson

 

SECTION III: INNOVATIVE PROTOCOLS

9:    Legacy Attuned EMDR
Natalie S. Robinson

10: EMDR in a Group Setting (GEMDR)
André Maurício Monteiro

 

SECTION IV: LGBTQ ISSUES: SEX, GENDER, AND AFFECTIONAL ORIENTATIONS

11:  EMDR Therapy as Affirmative Care for Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients
Sand Chang

12: EMDR Therapy With Lesbian/Gay/Bisexual Clients
John M. O’Brien

13:  Sex Assignment, Gender Assignment, and Affectional Orientation: Applying Continua of Congruence to Dismantle Dichotomies
Earl Grey

 

SECTION V: SPECIFIC CULTURES AND SOCIAL STIGMA

14:  The Transgenerational Impact of Antisemitism
Karen Alter-Reid and Ruth Heber

15:  Left Out and Left Behind: EMDR and the Cultural Construction of Intellectual Disability
Joseph C. Yaskin and Andrew J. Seubert

16:  “People Like Me Don’t Get Mentally Ill”: Social Identity Theory, EMDR, and the Uniformed Services
Liz Royle

17:  EMDR Therapy and the Recovery Community: Relational Imperatives in Treating Addiction
Jamie Marich

18:  EMDR With Issues of Appearance, Aging, and Class
Robin Shapiro

 

SECTION VI: GLOBAL FRONTIERS OF EMDR INTERVENTION 303

19:  Learning EMDR in Uganda: An Experiment in Cross-Cultural Collaboration
Rosemary Masters, Elizabeth McConnell, and Josie Juhasz

20:  Teaching and Learning EMDR in Diverse Countries and Cultures: When to Start, What to Do, When to Leave
John Hartung

Index