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The EMDR Protocol for Recent Critical Incidents: Follow-Up Report of an Application in a Human Massacre Situation

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									 The EMDR Protocol for Recent Critical Incidents: Follow-Up
  Report of an Application in a Human Massacre Situation
                                                Ignacio Jarero
                                                 Susana Uribe
                                Asociación Mexicana Para Ayuda Mental en Crisis
           Latin American & Caribbean Foundation for Psychological Trauma Research Mexico City, Mexico



        This article reports the follow-up results of our field study (Jarero & Uribe, 2011) that investigated the
        application of the eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) Protocol for Recent Critical
     
								
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