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Mourning and EMDR

Mourning and EMDR
title Mourning and EMDR
subtitle From Diagnosis to Clinical Intervention
Publisher Raffaello Cortina Editore
libro Book
Language Italian
Pages 240
Published on 03/2022
ISBN 9788832854053ENG
The world’s greatest expert on trauma and mourning 

In this book, Roger Solomon draws on his wealth of experience and clinical sensitivity to explain how to work with mourning and the pain of loss. The author describes the impact that the loss of a loved one can have on innumerable functions, both intrapsychic and interpersonal, on the tasks that the mourner has to face in processing the sense of loss and the plethora of factors that can complicate mourning.

After providing a brief panorama of EMDR, the author accompanies the therapist through the process step by step, integrating theoretical explanations with numerous accounts of clinical cases, using theoretical frameworks – including the theory of attachment and that of continuing bonds – that are efficacious for clinical work and a complete understanding of the cases presented. The author completes the volume with a detailed explanation of how to use EMDR therapy to facilitate the mourning process: each of the eight phases is examined in depth, in relation to working through grieving and the pain of loss.



Author biography

Roger M. Solomon is Program Director and Senior Faculty with the EMDR Institute (Watsonville, CA) and teaches EMDR Therapy internationally.  He is a consultant to the US Senate, as well as to government agencies including the FBI, the secret services, NASA, US Army. In Italy he consults with the Italian State Police, with Rome’s La Sapienza University and conducts numerous training courses.

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Spanish: Editorial Eleftheria
English (worldwide): Oxford University Press

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