Category Archive: Emil Barna

Applying the Radical Exposure Tapping protocol in the treatment of trauma-related emotional reactivity: A phenomenological case study

Return to Journal Articles Emil Barna, Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy, counsellor and psychotherapist, Australian College of Applied Psychology, and Denis O’Hara, PhD, Professor of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Australian College of Applied Psychology.    Introduction Trauma has been described as an experience that can negatively impact an individual’s ability to cope, sometimes leading to a …

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Applying the Radical Exposure Tapping protocol in the treatment of trauma-related emotional reactivity: A phenomenological case study

Emil Barna, Master of Counselling and Psychotherapy, counsellor and psychotherapist, Australian College of Applied Psychology, and Denis O’Hara, PhD, Professor of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Australian College of Applied Psychology.    Abstract This study aimed to investigate the phenomenological experience of an individual engaged in the Radical Exposure Tapping (RET) protocol (MacKinnon, 2014) for trauma-related emotional …

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