I am excited to announce that I am now offering EMDR!
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic approach that has been researched thoroughly over the last 30 years and is a highly effective treatment for a wide range of issues, including trauma, addiction, abuse, body image issues, grief, chronic pain, and more.
Click here to watch a video of others sharing their experiences with EMDR in therapy.
When certain life experiences happen to us, we begin to develop negative beliefs about who we are – deep-seated beliefs such as “I’m not lovable”, “I am not safe”, or “I am worthless”. Out of these beliefs come problematic emotions and reactions, such as anxiety, substance abuse, flashbacks, binge eating, nightmares, relationship problems, and so much more. EMDR is a simple but efficient treatment for so many of these issues.
EMDR is not a magic cure, but many people notice a difference after only a few sessions. I love this article about one man’s experience with EMDR and how it helped him to move forward after the death of his sister.
If you are wondering whether EMDR can help you, the answer is most likely “yes”. If you are interested in seeking EMDR therapy, make sure that you find a licensed clinician who has completed an EMDRIA (EMDR International Association) approved training and is either “EMDR Trained” or “EMDR Certified” (both are qualified to do EMDR).