Find freedom from the effects of past trauma
How EMDR can help
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy that helps people heal from the symptoms of emotional distress resulting from disturbing life experiences.
In addition, EMDR has been shown to be effective in treating…
- Childhood abuse
- Grief and loss
- Stress and worry
- Attachment disorders
- Eating disorders
- Low self-esteem
- Stalled traditional therapy
- Self-limiting beliefs
Start thinking more productively
EMDR helps process negative thoughts
In our darkest moments, we can experience illogical negative beliefs. We might feel afraid, not worthy, or broken—like there is something wrong with us. While we might know they aren’t true on a logical level, we feel they are true. In other words, there is a disconnect.
EMDR takes those thoughts and reorganizes them into more helpful ways of thinking—in other words, EMDR helps us make the connection we need to move past the negative beliefs that result from trauma.
Take advantage of the latest in neurological research
EMDR is a proven remedy
Scientists used to think that our brains couldn’t continue to physically change after the age of 25. But the most recent research suggests that our brains are constantly growing throughout our lifetimes.
Moreover, EMDR is consistent with the latest neurological research in terms of brain processing. It’s been shown to work for war veterans, attachment issues, child abuse…
And even if you’re not experiencing any negative symptoms, EMDR can enhance thinking and performance, and has worked to improve the work of executives, athletes and others who depend on peak performance in their day-to-day lives.