EMDR can be used to treat a wide range of issues but is mostly commonly associated with Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). PTSD can be thought of as a disorder of the present. Traumatic materials, including the beliefs, feelings, sensations, perceptions, urges, and images of the stored trauma intrude in the present; the client confuses the triggered experience with the reality of what is currently occurring. The adaptive information processing (AIP) model (Shapiro, 2001) posits that many presenting issues and diagnoses are fed by maladaptively stored experiential contributors and involve the experience of the past in the present.
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