ETQ Winter 2024 edition – out now

January 31, 2024

A note from the editor

The Editor issues a call for members to write for ETQ and highlights the contents of this issue.

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Meet the EMDR UK Board Q&A session

In October last year, members had the opportunity to pose their questions about how the Association is run and important matters about EMDR practice, to members of the Board. Here we present a summary of the main points.

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Research News

The regular quarterly update from the EMDR Publications Database. A free resource for all members.

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Encouraging practising EMDR post-training

Nicola Dyson is an accredited EMDR consultant who is concerned about the number of new EMDR trainees who fail to put their learning into practice. She identifies some barriers to practice and offers practical solutions.

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What’s in a name? Process matters

In this article, Mark Brayne sets out his stall and argues that attachment is at the heart of all the work we do as EMDR therapists and therefore should be an integral component of the training programme.

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Climate crisis resources:Winter 2024

Up to date climate crisis resources for members who want to find out more.

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Update from the Climate Crisis SIG

The Climate Change SIG has changed its name to The Climate Crisis SIG. Find out why here.

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Update from the Dissociation SIG

Sharon Croskin introduces us to the newly formed Dissociation SIG.

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Personal reflections on my EMDR training

Charlotte Warburton tells us about her positive experience of EMDR training.

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PVT supercharges EMDR

This concepts in this book are immediately useful in practice says Catherine Matheson.

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Brief report: A thematic analysis of the feedback from a service evaluation of a single-session group intervention (G-TEP) for healthcare staff in an acute adolescent inpatient setting

The people we work with are more than just numbers and John Mulhall and colleagues follow up to their earlier service evaluation shows this. They present a qualitative analysis of the participant feedback from their G-TEP intervention in the workplace.

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The educating function of supervision

Robin Logie gives us another master class in the art of EMDR supervision; this time with a focus on the educating function. A must-read for supervisors and supervisees alike.

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Update from the Equality Diversity and Inclusion Committee

The EDI Committee is busy working behind the scenes, and here we catch a glimpse into its recent activities.

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Racialised trauma is ignored

Olatunde Spence writes a thoughtful response to an article on vicarious trauma that was published in the last issue of ETQ

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