EMDR Therapy

Finally make the internal changes that you need through EMDR Therapy!

Have you tried talk-based therapy but have not found the changes you are hoping for?  Do you know all the positive self-talk you should instill but just have a hard time believing it?

There are times talking alone doesn’t change how we think and how we feel. Many of my clients have found that EMDR therapy has finally helped them make the deep connections in their psyche to finally get the psychological break through they are looking for. I have had good results in helping my clients in reducing their negative self-talk associated with anxiety and depression and lessen the emotional and mental impact of external events on their well-being.

What is EMDR Therapy?

EMDR is an integrative psychotherapy technique that may help you finally make the internal changes that you need. EMDR takes a triggering situation or memory and turns it into an objective memory, one that feels neutral that you can think, analyze, and respond with clarity.

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) is a form of psychotherapy developed by Francine Shapiro that emphasizes the role of distressing memories in some mental health disorders, particularly post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It is an evidence-based therapy used to help with the symptoms of PTSD. (Wikipedia)

Although EMDR was originally discovered to effective tool to treat trauma, it also has shown positive clinical results in treatment of panic disorder, performance anxiety, disturbing memories, and many others. EMDR is an effective complementary therapy to addiction treatment (such as 12-step program) to address some of the underlying issues that triggers the addiction behavior.  To learn more about EMDR, please view the video below and visit the EMDRIA website.
 

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