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neural blockage

Neural blockage refers to the brain's inability to process information between different neural networks. This occurs frequently following traumatic experiences. An example is when information remains held in a static, state-dependent form in short term memory in intrusive sensory form rather than in long term memory in narrative form.

Definition extracted from their first level training manual with permission from EMDR Institute, Inc.

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