It sounds complicated, but the EMDR Flash Technique developed by Philip Manfield is causing quite a stir in EMDR circles, because it seems to work so well and is such a simple method.  It does not require the subject to be focusing on their trauma memory in order to work, so it is better tolerated by clients.

The Flash Technique is a very fast and effective in reducing the subjective distress caused by a trauma memory, although not all target memories will be suitable for this approach.  It works best with specific, isolated bad memories, rather than complex and interwoven trauma memories.   Check out the videos on the right-hand side of Philip Manfield’s website for examples of this treatment.

I recently completed some training with Graham Taylor, head of the EMDR Association of Australia, in use of the Flash Technique. Early trials with several of my clients have produced positive results, with the trauma memories becoming less intrusive and disturbing within just a few minutes of the Flash Technique treatment.

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