On this RESOURCES page I will periodically list books, articles, e-links and other resources that I think may be helpful to clients, potential clients or others viewing this site. The books I have chosen are all suitable for lay people.
Resources about EMDR:
EMDR International Association
Francine Shapiro in NY Times (Q & A by the founder of EMDR)
Francine Shapiro Library of EMDR Research
American Psychiatric Association (2004). Practice Guidelines for the Treatment of Patients with Acute Stress Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Arlington, VA: American Psychiatric Association Practice Guidelines.
Department of Veterans Affairs & Department of Defense (2004). VA/DoD. Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Management of Post-Traumatic Stress.Washington,D.C.
Parnell, L. (1997). Transforming Trauma: EMDR. New York, Norton.
Shapiro, Francine (2012). Getting Past Your Past: take control of your life with self-help techniques from EMDR therapy. Rodale Press.
Doty, J. MD. (2016) Into the magic shop: a neurosurgeon’s quest to discover the mysteries of the brain and the secrets of the heart. New York, Avery.
Ferrie, H. (Ed.) (2010). Ending denial: the Lyme disease epidemic – a Canadian public health disaster. Toronto, KOS Publishing.
Gajdos, K. (2014). Quiet wisdom in loud times: the rise of the wounded feminine. Chaddsford, PA. Brandywine Creek Press
Mercier, D. (2012). A beautiful medicine: a radical look at the essence of health and healing. Easton, Md, Still Pond Press.
Nestor, J. (2020). Breath: the new science of a lost heart. New York, Riverside Books.
Ratey, J. with Hagerman, E. (2008). Spark: the revolutionary new science of exercise and the brain. New York, Little Brown.
Real, T. (2002). How can I get through to you?: closing the intimacy gap between men and women. New York, Fireside.
Real, T. (1997). I don’t want to talk about it: overcoming the secret legacy of male depression. New York, Fireside.
Servan-Schreiber, D. (2004). The instinct to heal: curing depression, anxiety and stress without drugs and without talk therapy. Rodale Press.