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Reevaluation is the eighth phase (seventh) of EMDR. The reevaluation phase begins each treatment session following the first use of Accelerated Information Processing. Depending on the treatment plan, reevaluation can involve assessing the current state of the previously targeted node(s), review of material from the log, assessment of other not yet targeted memories from a cluster or progressions.

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