Articles, chapters, newsletters for parents and clinicians, and parent class slides.

Resources and Publications

Here you will find a wealth of information such as articles, chapters, newsletters. and parent class slides.
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Potter, A., Davidson, M., & Wesselmann, D. (2013) Utilizing dialectical behavior therapy and eye movement desensitization and reprocessing as phase-based trauma treatment: A case study series. In L. C. Stewart (Ed.), Eye Movement: Developmental perspectives, dysfunctions, and disorders in humans (pp. 49-72). New York, NY: Nova Publishers.

Wesselmann, D., Davidson, M., Armstrong, S., Schweitzer, C., Bruckner & Potter, A. (2012). EMDR as a treatment for improving attachment status in adults and children. European Review of Applied Psychology, 62, 223-230.

Wesselmann, D. & Potter, A. E. (2009). Change in adult attachment status following treatment with EMDR: Three case studies. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research, 3, 178-191.


Shapiro, F., Wesselmann, D. & Mevissen, L. (2017). Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR). In M.A. Landolt, M. Cloitre & U. Schnyder (Eds.) Evidence Based Treatments for Trauma-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents. NY: Springer. pp.273-298 Click here for more information and to order →

Wesselmann, D., Schweitzer, C., & Armstrong, S. (2015). Child attachment trauma protocol. In M. Luber (ed.) EMDR therapy: Scripted protocols and summary sheets (pp. 9-44). New York, NY: Springer Publishing. Click here for more information and to order →

Wesselmann,D., Armstrong, S. & Schweitzer, C. (2017). Interweaves for children with an attachment trauma in foster and adoptive families. In Beer, R. & Roos, C. De (Eds.) Handbook EMDR: Children and adolescents (pp. In press). Houten: LannooCampus.

Wesselmann, D., Armstrong, S., & Schweitzer, C. (2017) Using an EMDR integrative model to treat attachment based difficulties. In K.D. Buckwalter & D. Reed (Eds.) Attachment theory in action: Building Connections Between Children and Parents. Blue Ridge Summit, PA: Roman & Littlefield. Click here for more information and to order →

Wesselmann, D. & Shapiro, F., (2013). Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing. In J. Ford & C. Courtois (Eds.), Treating complex traumatic stress disorders in children and adolescents (pp. 213-224). New York, NY: Guilford Press. Click here for more information and to order →

Wesselmann, D. (2013). Healing trauma and creating secure attachments with EMDR. In M. Solomon & D. S. Siegel (Eds.) Healing moments in psychotherapy: Mindful awareness, neural integration, and therapeutic presence (pp. 115-128). New York, NY: Norton. Click here for information and to order →

Wesselmann, D. (2007). Treating attachment issues through EMDR and a family systems approach. In F. Shapiro, F. W. Kaslow, & L. Maxfield (Eds.), Handbook of EMDR and family therapy processes (pp.113-130). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Click here for more information and to order →


2019 Newsletters

Looking at Your Families in Your Practice Through the Attachment Lens
April 2019 Newsletter→

Sweet Potatoes and Vulnerability
March Newsletter→

What About the Child?:
February 2019 Newsletter →

Stefanie shares 5 things that you as clinicians can do for YOU!:
January 2019 Newsletter →

2018 Newsletters

The Reunion:
December 2018 Newsletter →

Cathy Stole a Car!:
November 2018 Newsletter →

Trauma Time:
October 2018 Newsletter →

Let’s Consult About Consultation:
September 2018 Newsletter →

Loving the Younger You…as a Student #lovetheyoungeryou:
August 2018 Newsletter →

Helping Parent Make the Shift #connections:
July 2018 Newsletter →

Let Freedom Ring: Helping Parents Put Out the Shoulds:
June 2018 Newsletter →

May 2018 Newsletter →

What’s the Team Mean?:
April 2018 Newsletter →

Couples Raising Children with Attachment Trauma: How Will Our Relationship Survive:
March 2018 Newsletter →

The Middle School Me:
February 2018 Newsletter →

A look at our younger selves:
January 2018 Newsletter →

2017 Newsletters

Anatomy of a Meltdown:
November/Decemeber 2017 Newsletter →

“What do you know?” A quick technique.:
October 2017 Newsletter →

Letting Go of the Shoulds for More Successful Parenting:
September 2017 Newsletter →

The other morning Jeff and his mom:
July 2017 Newsletter →

It all Started with Netflix:
June 2017 Newsletter →

Encourage Families To Become More Trauma-Informed:
May 2017 Newsletter →

Parent Slides

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