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Publications

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POWER TO RECOVER: A Complete Guide to Managing Psychological Trauma at Work
By Liz Royle and Catherine Kerr

Also available as an ebook

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INTEGRATING EMDR INTO YOUR PRACTICE
By Liz Royle and Catherine Kerr

Translated into Swedish (2012) and Spanish (2019)

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Chapter 16 “PEOPLE LIKE ME DON’T GET MENTALLY ILL: Social Identity Theory, EMDR and the Uniformed Services”
By Liz Royle

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“POLICE FIREARMS OFFICERS AND PSYCHOLOGICAL TRAUMA: THEIR PERCEPTION OF TRAUMA SUPPORT SERVICES”
By Liz Royle

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Part V: Theory and Approached 5.13 “Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing (EMDR)”
By Catherine Kerr and Liz Royle

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“THE PSYCHOLOGY OF YOYO DIETING: 7 STEPS TO BREAKING FREE”
By Cath Kerr and Liz Royle

Also available as an ebook

Our Publications

As well as our books, some of our international presentations and publications include:

Royle, L. (2015) Mental health help-seeking amongst police officers with a military background: A theoretical model based on social identity, A presentation at the ESTSS XIV conference “Trauma in changing societies: Social context and clinical practice” in Vilnius, Lithuania

Kerr, C. & Royle, L. (2014) EMDR: Addressing blocks to integration. A pre-conference workshop at the 2014 EMDR Europe Conference in Edinburgh

PODCAST (2014) Dr Liz Royle talks about her work with the uniformed services including her research on stigma: http://www.vivavocepodcasts.com/#!stigma/cwzh

Royle, L. & Kerr, C. (2013) Managing critical incidents in schools. A workshop presented at the International Conference on Education and Educational Psychology, Antalya, Turkey

Walsh, Y., Dillon, S., Frankland, A., Kerr, C., Larsson, P., Nicholas, H. and Sugg, M. (2013) Working relationally with trauma: A discussion. British Psychological Society, Leicester. (Edited by Professor Pam James and Dr Peter Martin)

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Royle, L. & Kerr, C. (2012) From the general to the specific – selecting the target memory. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research 6 (3): 101-109

Royle, L. (2011) Working creatively to promote resilience in the uniformed services. A symposium session at the European Conference on Traumatic Stress in Vienna, Austria

Royle, L. & Kerr, C. (2010) Integrating EMDR theory into your practice. New York: Springer

Kerr, C. & Royle, L. (2010) Are EMDR therapists at greater risk of secondary trauma? A symposium session at the national EMDR UK and Ireland conference in Dublin

Royle, L., Keenan, P. & Farrell, D. (2009) First Responder Stigma. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health 11(2): 80-86

Royle, L. (2009) Secondary Trauma in Mental Health Professionals. A workshop at the inaugural conference of the UK Psychological Trauma Society in Edinburgh

Royle, L. (2009) The ESTSS Task Force for Managing Trauma in the Uniformed Services: Interim report on a European survey into interventions. A poster presentation at the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation World Congress in Baltimore, United States

Royle, L. (2008) EMDR as a therapeutic treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS): A case study. Journal of EMDR Practice and Research Vol. 2(3): 226-232 and poster presentation by Liz Royle at the 2008 EMDR Europe Conference, London

Keenan, P & Royle, L (2008) Vicarious Trauma and First Responders: A case study utilising Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) as the primary treatment modality. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, Vol. 9(4). pp. 291-298

Royle, L. (2006) Are we getting sick of caring? Therapy Today. Vol. 17(6): 25 – 28

Royle, L. (2003) An exploration of the perceptions of police firearms officers to traumatic work-related incidents and the relevance, in their opinion, of different support interventions offered. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 3(2): 173 and presented at the 9th Annual BACP Counselling and Psychotherapy Research Conference in 2003