EMDR

  • EMDR can alleviate symtoms of: PTSD, trauma, depression, anxiety, nightmares, relationship issues, low self-esteem, addictions, grief, stress-related issues, etc.

  • EMDR's greatest strength lies in its ability to access a natural physiological process so that the individual can tap into his or her own inherent healing ability... we are hardwired to heal!

  • EMDR is an accelerated process, allowing for learning, healing and natural resolution to occur at a more rapid pace than more traditional therapies.

  • We access a disturbing experience via bilateral stimulation using eye movements, alternating tones, alternating hand held pulsars...or a combination of these. 

  • We clear out channels of neural-networks and associations connected to the event. These associations can include: images, emotions, sensations and negative beliefs.

  • The ultimate goal of EMDR is to reprocess the traumatic experiences and install new, healthier belief systems crucial for healing.