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Attachment-focused EMDR and resource tapping applied to the clinical challenge of addictions recovery.

Writing for both EMDR therapists and substance abuse counselors, Laurel Parnell provides user-friendly tools to help support clients in recovery with EMDR-based techniques that can be easily integrated into all levels of addiction treatment.  

Emphasizing the practical clinical application of principles and techniques helpful for addictions and addictive disorders, this book interweaves case material throughout, with some chapters presenting in-depth cases to illustrate the techniques. Topics include treating trauma and supporting resilience, tools for affect regulation, and rewiring the motivation-reward circuits.

©2020, 2018 Laurel Parnell (P)2019 Tantor

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  • 03-10-20

The narration of this makes it very difficult to endure

The ideas within this are engaging and clinically useful. However, the book was let down in the extreme by the sing-song-yet-flat, slow narration: it was extremely difficult to listen to and in the end I have had to stop for a while as it was simply too irritating.