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EMDR 1 & 2.0
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing


EMDR therapy is a cost-effective, non-invasive, evidence-based method of psychotherapy. 


Recently, research has found that adding tasks (auditory, kinesthetic, olfactory, etc.) to the  working memory to make it work harder during the session makes EMDR protocols even more effective!

Click here for a great article for what to expect

Click here to watch a short video on EMDR & working memory

Click here for: EMDR, what is it like to be a client? 

Click here for current research on EMDR

EMDR is a way to transform images, feelings, and thoughts from upsetting memories into less disturbing ones. This helps in your everyday living; if you are less stressed then you function better.

What can EMDR be used for?

In addition to its use for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, EMDR has been successfully used to treat:

  • anxiety and panic attacks

  • depression

  • stress

  • phobias

  • sleep problems

  • complicated grief

  • addictions

  • pain relief, phantom limb pain

  • self-esteem and performance anxiety

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