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Frank Corrigan, M.D.

Frank Corrigan, MD, began his training in psychiatry in 1977 and was an NHS Consultant Psychiatrist in Scotland from 1985 until 2018, latterly working part-time as a specialist provider of trauma psychotherapy. He now works in private practice in Glasgow and specialises in complex trauma and dissociative disorders. After training in EMDR in 1999 he was, until recently, an accredited practitioner and consultant with the EMDR Association (UK & Ireland). He is the co-author of “Neurobiology and treatment of traumatic dissociation” (Lanius, UF, Paulsen, SL, & Corrigan FM, Springer, New York, 2014) and of “The Comprehensive Resource Model” (Schwarz, L, Corrigan, F, Hull, A, & Raju, R, Routledge, London, 2017). The hypotheses underlying DBR were set out in a paper co-authored with Jessica Christie-Sands in Medical Hypotheses (2020, 136, 109502).

Shock and Terror: Tracking (Down) Their Persistent Clinical Effects Through Deep Brain Reorienting (DBR)

Frank Corrigan, MD
57 Minutes
May 18, 2021
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