Eye Movement Desensitization

and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Remove the block and resume healing within the mind
The mind can often heal itself naturally, in the same way as the body does. Much of this natural coping mechanism occurs during sleep, particularly during rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. Francine Shapiro developed Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in 1987, utilizing this natural process in order to successfully treat Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Since then, EMDR has been used to effectively treat a wide range of mental health problems.
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  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

  • Anxiety

  • Panic attacks            

  • Grief and loss 

  • Depression   

  • Addictions                                

  • Anger 

  • Pain
       including phantom limb pain

  • Phobias

  • Performance Anxiety               

  • Sleep problems 

  • Feelings of worthlessness

  • Low self-esteem 

EMDR can accelerate therapy by resolving the impact of your past traumas and allowing you to live more fully in the present. It is not, however, appropriate for everyone. The process is rapid, and any disturbing experiences, if they occur at all, last for a comparatively short period of time.

Nevertheless, you need to be aware of, and willing to experience, the strong feelings and disturbing thoughts that sometimes occur during sessions. 

EMDR is an innovative clinical treatment which has successfully helped over a million individuals. The validity and reliability of EMDR has been established by rigorous research. There are now over nineteen controlled studies into EMDR, making it the most thoroughly researched method used in the treatment of trauma, and The American Psychiatric Association, American Psychological Association, Department of Defense, Veteran’s Administration, insurance companies, and the

International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies recognize EMDR as an effective treatment for PTSD.