It is believed that traumatic or highly stressful experiences can be stored as memories in a dysfunctional way, due to the emotional impact at the time of the experience.

The EMDR technique focuses precisely on the memories of the trauma or stressful event and, through the use of eye movements or other forms of alternating right/left stimulation, it aims to desensitize these memories, making them lose the negative emotional charge that they inevitably possess.

EMDR is currently used to treat:

  • Trauma from road accident or other serious accidents;
  • Trauma from various types of abuse;
  • Trauma from natural disasters;
  • Trauma from eating disorders;
  • Bereavement and loss of loved ones;
  • Humiliation suffered in childhood or in adulthood;
  • Childhood trauma of various kinds.

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The M100 Young Journalist Workshop Team 2021

Editorial Team:

  • Alksninytė Urtė
  • Julia Andreatta
  • Magherita Basanisi
  • Lorenzo Canu
  • Ioannis Delimaris
  • Melania Fantastico
  • Konstantinos Kougkas
  • Nikita Kulikov
  • Inna Kuzmina
  • Goshe Nikolov
  • Fabiola Maria Rubuano
  • Andreea Tanasie

Guest Speakers

  • Brigitte ALFTER
  • Wolfgang BLAU
  • Sham JAFF
  • Mathias MÜLLER BLUMENCRON
  • Alex SÄNGERGLAUB
  • Roland SCHATZ

Workshop Lead:

  • Edith MICHAELER/ Vienna, Austria
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  • Leonard NOVY/ Berlin, Germany
  • Sabine SASSE/ Berlin, Germany

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M100 - Young European Journalists

M100 - Young European Journalists

The workshop is as part of the M100 Sanssouci Colloquium and addressed to young journalists from Europe, the countries of the Eastern Partnership and Russia.