1. The Journey of Discovery 2. Laying the Foundation 3. The Spirit and the Sword: Combat's Tragic Legacy 4. The Fabric of Treatment: Uncovering the Hidden Depths of Pain 5. The Many Faces of Fear: Phobias and Panic Attacks 6. When Terror Stalks the Night: Sleep Disorders and Childhood Trauma 7. The Ties That Bind: Disorders of Attachment 8. Healing the Ravages of Rape 9. Laying Grief to Rest 10. Breaking the Iron Grasp of Addiction 11. The Final Doorway: Facing Disease, Disability, and Death 12. Visions of the Future: The Global Reach of EMDR Appendix A: Choosing a Clinician, and Finding an EMDR Therapy Organization Appendix B: Trauma Research and Further Reading Appendix C: EMDR Therapy: Evaluated Clinical Applications
Francine Shapiro, Ph.D., is the originator and developer of EMDR therapy, the director of the EMDR Institute, and a senior research fellow, emerita, at the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, California. Her work has enabled hundreds of thousands of clinicians to treat millions of patients worldwide in the last 30 years. Margot Silk Forrest is a writer and independent book editor living in Morro Bay, California.
San Francisco Chronicle "Especially convincing in the wealth of research." Stars and Stripes "Where traditional therapies may take years, EMDR takes only a few sessions." New York Magazine "The non-pharmaceutical equivalent of Prozac."