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EMDR Therapy

(Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)

EMDR is a therapeutic intervention that uses bi-lateral stimulation to help the left and the right sides of the brain communicate more effectively. Paired with free association, the brain is able to access the stored memories of traumatic, stressful or disturbing experiences and reprocess the events effectively, thus reducing or eliminating symptoms and distress to the nervous system.  

Frequently Asked Questions
  • What does bi-lateral stimulation look like?

    • following the fingers of the therapist or light source on screen

    • hand to thigh contact 

    • cross-arm bicep tapping

  • Is EMDR effective?

    • Yes, EMDR is associated with reduction of the intensity and vividness of memories and emotions associated with ​traumatic experiences 

  • Can EMDR be done virtually?

    • Yes, it is just as effective delivered through video conferencing​

Helping You Break Free
Therapy Session
Effectively Treats
  • trauma and PTSD

  • addictions

  • depression and anxiety

  • compulsive and intrusive thoughts

  • grief and loss

  • injury and accidents

  • survival of abuse and assault 

  • limiting core beliefs and felt experiences 

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