EMDR Books in the 21st Century

Google Books, a service of Google, offers visitors the chance to scroll through and read a wide collection of books online — including books on EMDR.

Google Books has 1,049 books that contain EMDR information within their covers uploaded to the system — 84 of which you can see a limited preview of and 668 of which you can read in full online.

Not impressed? Well, not only can you read the books, you can read reviews of the book or located it in your local library — all with a click of your mouse. You can even add books that you find on Google Books to your own personal Google Library so that you can reference them at a later time!

Because of the limited quantity of EMDR-related books in most national bookstores, visiting a bookstore and browsing through EMDR related books is not an option for most of us.  Now, you can visit Google Books and browse through thousands of books to choose the one that is just right for you — and you can even purchase it online at that time with the click of a button.

So, whether you have a book in mind that you want to flip through, or you want to conduct a very specific topic or phrasing search to find the book that’s right for you, you can do it all from the comfort of your home or office.

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About EMDR

The EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) is a professional association where EMDR practitioners and EMDR researchers seek the highest standards for the clinical use of EMDR. EMDR is an accepted psychotherapy by leading mental health organizations throughout the world for the treatment of a variety of symptoms and conditions. This website provides information to the greater EMDR community including clinicians, researchers, and the public that our members serve.

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