3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on September 25, 2008
This is arguably, the best book on EMDR. The author's writings are obviously based on a wealth of experience and extensive knowledge of the field. The book is detailed, replete with of examples of cases and a wide range of experiences that one is likely to encounter in therapy. It offers some modifications of the protocal used by Shapiro. This is not a book for those looking for a narrow manualized approach to EMDR. It will be appreciated most by those having an interest in EMDR who consider themselves as therapists in a broad sense. This is truly an outstanding piece of work and I highly recommend it.