What Is EMDR?
Who needs EMDR?
EMDR is a proven therapy that enables clients to address trauma and the resulting dysfunction more quickly than traditional therapy.
What does EMDR mean?
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
Is online EMDR therapy effective?
EMDR through video teletherapy is equally as effective as an in-office experience. EMDR is effective because of the bilateral stimulation within the brain, regardlesss of the method used to deliver the therapy.
How do I know if I experienced a trauma in my life?
Any negative experiences you've had in your life may vary in degrees of intensity. They may be mild (emotional disturbing, etc.), little "t" traumas (confrontations, conflicts, bullying, etc.), or big "T" traumas (accidents, natural disasters, abuses, war, victim of crimes, etc.). EMDR can neutralize any negative memories that have not been completely processed and are still triggering negative responses today.
I suffer with PTSD, can this help?
EMDR is the gold standard treatment for PTSD. In fact, it was originally created with PTSD in mind. Since then, research has shown it effective for most mental health disorders, such as phobias, OCD, addictions, panic, depression, etc.