Authored by E. C. Hurley, PhD


Hurley, E. (2018). Effective Treatment of Veterans With PTSD: Comparison Between Intensive Daily and Weekly EMDR Approaches. Frontiers in Psychology, Front. Psychol., 24 August 2018 |


Hurley, E., Maxfield, L, & Solomon, R. (2017).  Case Example: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Clinical practice guideline for the treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder. American Psychological Association.  Retrieved from:


Hurley, E. (2015).  EMDR therapy in the treatment of military sexual trauma.  In L. Katz (Ed.). Treating military sexual trauma.  New York: Springer Pub.


Hurley, E. (2012). “Veterans and PTSD Treatment.” Huffington Post, April 6, 2012.  Retrieved February 13, 2017 from:


Hurley, E. (2012). Married to a Veteran: When Memories of Past Interrupt the Present.  Huffington Post, April 20, 2012.  Retrieved February 13, 2017 from:


Hurley, E. (2012). Being a Veteran Can Be Hazardous to Your Health. Huffington Post, April 29, 2012.  Retrieved February 13, 2017 from:


Hurley, E., Field, T., & Bendell-Estoff, D. (2012). Rejection Sensitivity and Marital Adjustment among Military Spouses during Deployments. Psychology, 3(6), 480-484. DOI10.4236/psych.2012.36067

Hurley, E. (2011). Recognizing body sensations while treating combat veterans.    Somatic Psychotherapy Today. 1(2), 15-16.


Taylor, V. L , Hurley, E. C., & Riley, M. T. (1986). The influence of acculturation upon the adjustment of preschool Mexican-American children of single-parent families. Family Therapy, 13, 249-256.


Ingram, T., Hurley, E., & Riley, M. (1985). Grief resolution therapy in a pastoral context. 
 Journal of Pastoral Care, 39(1), 6972.