Register - EMDR Training Parts 1 & 2
(40 CE Credits) Oct. '18–Dec. '18



Register - EMDR Training Part 1 Only
(18.25 CE Credits) Oct. '18–Nov. '18



Register - EMDR Training Part 2 Only
(21.75 CE Credits) Nov. '18–Dec. '18




Articles, Books, and Presentations

As featured on the BBC

About Us

Consultation

Contact Us

Links

Training Assignments

Target Assessment Forms


Articles, Books, and Presentations


William M. Zangwill, Ph.D.

Zangwill, W.M. and Kormanyos, R. (2015). 10 years of training. What We've Learned and What We Haven't. Paper accepted for presentation to the annual conference of the EMDR International Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Zangwill, W.M. (2015). An EMDR Session from Start to Finish. Paper accepted for presentation to the annual conference of the EMDR International Association, Philadelphia, PA.

Zangwill, W.M. (2012). Using History Taking (and More) to Seamlessly Prepare Clients for EMDR Processing. Paper presented at the annual conference of the EMDR International Association, Arlington, VA.

Zangwill, W.M. and Lipke, H.J. (2007). All EMDR All the Time. Paper presented at the annual conference of the EMDR International Association. Dallas, TX.

Zangwill, W.M. and Britt, V. (2006). Providing EMDR as Adjunctive Treatment. Paper presented at the annual conference of the EMDR International Association.
Philadelphia, PA.

Zangwill, W.M. (2004) Master Series Lecture. Paper presented at the annual conference of the EMDR International Association, Montreal, Canada.

Young, J., Zangwill, W., and Behary, W. (2002). Combining EMDR and Schema-
Focused Therapy: The Whole May Be Greater than the Sum of the Parts. in EMDR As an Integrative Psychotherapy Approach. ed. by Shapiro, F. American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C. p.181-208.

Zangwill, W.M. (2002). Sexual Victimization. in Our Sexuality (8th Ed.) Crooks, R. and Baur, K. Wadsworth Publishing. Pacific Grove, CA. p. 347-377.

Zangwill, W.M., and Kosminsky, P. (2001). “The Need to Strengthen the Mindfulness Component of EMDR.” EMDRIA Newsletter.

Zangwill, W.M., Pearson, J, and Kosminsky, P. (2001). Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). in Shannon, S. (ed.) Handbook of Complementary and Alternative Therapies in Mental Health: Innovation and Integration.

Zangwill, W.M. (1996). EMDR and Sex Therapy. Paper presented at the annual
conference of SSTAR, Miami, FL.

Zangwill, W. M. (1995). Recent Advances in the Treatment of Trauma. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the NY Chapter of the ISTSS, New York City, NY

Zangwill, W.M. (1995). EMDR and Applied Behavior Analysis. TBT 18, 8, 156.

Zangwill, W.M. & Young, J. (1995). Combining EMDR and Schema Focused Therapy.
Presentation presented at the annual meeting of the EMDR Association. Los
Angeles, CA.

Zangwill, W.M. (1994). Using EMDR: Problems, Pitfalls and Common Mistakes.
Paper presented at the annual conference of the EMDR Association, San Jose, CA.

Zangwill, W.M. (1991). Love's Executioner and Other Tales of PsychoTherapy, by
Irvin D. Yalom, New York, Harper Perennial, 1989. Reviewed in the Journal of
Sex and Marital Therapy, 17(3), p.229-230.

Zangwill, W.M. (1990). Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples, by Harville
Hendrix, New York: Henry Holt & Co.,Reviewed in the Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 16(2), p.123-124.

Zangwill, W.M. & Farnish, A.M. (1990). What it takes to keep them awake. Paper
presented at the 5th International Convention on Cooperative Learning, Baltimore, MD.

Zangwill, W.M., Behrend, J., & Sullivan, C. (1987). Teaching persistence and self-
reinforcement skills to visually impaired and multiply-handicapped school
children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Assoc. for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston, MA.

Zangwill, W.M. (1986). Generalization of staff training: Is it only with favorites? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association,
Washington, DC.

Zangwill, W.M. & Corno, L. (1984). Training preservice teachers through immediate
feedback coaching. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Zangwill, W.M. & Kolpen, J.F. (1984). A short term training program for staff working with the retarded. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American
Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.

Zangwill, W.M. (1983). An evaluation of a parent training program. Child & Family
Behavior Therapy,5(4), p.1-15.

Zangwill, W.M. & Kniskern, J.R. (1982) Comparison of problem families in the clinic
and at home. Behavior Therapy, 13, 1982, p. 145- 152.

Zangwill, W.M. (1980). Training parents of conduct problem children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Montreal, Canada.

Zangwill, W.M. (1979). Parent-child interactions in families with conduct problem children. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological
Association, San Diego, CA.

Zangwill, W.M. (1978). Treatment of behavior problem children. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Oregon Psychological Association, Eugene, OR.

Browning, C..J. (1999). Floatback and Float-Forward: Techniques for
Linking Past, Present and Future. EMDRIA Newsletter. September, 1999, p. 12-13.
(A very concise description of Zangwill's development of the Float Back and Float Forward methods of EMDR Target Assessment.)

Lipke, H. (2000). EMDR and psychotherapy integration: Theoretical and clinical suggestions with focus on traumatic stress. New York: CRC Press.

Howard Lipke's Four Activity Model of Psychotherapy