The acclaimed travel and nature writer Horatio Clare suffered a mental breakdown in 2018 experiencing psychotic episodes and mania. In his new book ‘Heavy Light’, he describes the experience, how he was able to come off medication and how EMDR helped him in the healing process.
Horatio Clare on Financial Times Radio (see above for introduction)
EMDR Association President Elect Matt Wesson was interviewed by presenter Mariella Frostrup for The Times Radio about EMDR and how it works. The interview starts at 02.05:40 into the programme which was broadcast on 10 March.
Horatio Clare interviewed in the Evening Standard (see above for introduction).
An article about vaginismus suggests EMDR can be particularly helpful for the condition.
EMDR helped a woman suffering from endometriosis start listening to her body and learn to be kind to herself.
Jameela Jamil says EMDR helped her to overcome her eating disorder.
Former president of the EMDR Association, Dr Derek Farrell, has been awarded an MBE for services to Psychology. Dr Farrell played a major part in establishing EMDR therapy in the UK and Ireland and is well known in the field internationally, setting up EMDR training in war-torn countries and those affected by national disasters. Closer to home, he continues to work with survivors of the Hillsborough Disaster and Grenfell. An academic at the University of Worcester, Dr Farrell established the first EMDR Therapy MSc course in the UK. Read more about Dr Farrell’s outstanding achievements and his own fascinating professional insights in this BBC Shropshire report.
The recently released ‘Huracán’ film about a martial arts fighter suffering from multiple personality disorder, aims to raise awareness of EMDR therapy, says its director Cassius Corrigan who places EMDR treatment sessions at the heart of the film:
Matt Wesson, President Elect of the EMDR Association UK talks about the impact of Covid-19 on people’s mental health, the success of delivering EMDR online and its benefits during the pandemic and beyond: