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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a unique and powerful therapy which allows people to access and process trauma rapidly, effectively, and with prolonged healing results. EMDR has been used extensively and with great success for a number of populations, including first responders, veterans, and others who experience trauma through their professions. 

Many elements of EMDR are the same as with traditional talk therapy. You will still spend several sessions sharing your history and goals in therapy, while building a relationship with your therapist prior to EMDR processing. During EMDR processing, bilateral stimulation will be used (visual, tactile, or auditory) to stimulate your brain and encourage processing of trauma.

This structured therapy has been proven in numerous studies to be safe and effective for a number of mental health issues ( 

More information about EMDR is available on the resources page

I can use EMDR therapy to assist with:

  • Identifying and processing trauma

  • Single-incident and prolonged trauma

  • PTSD

  • Work-related stress and trauma

  • First Responders and Medical Personnel

  • Identifying triggers to trauma

  • Building healthy coping skills

  • Rebuilding relationships after trauma

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

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"The past affects our present even without our being aware of it."
-Francine Shapiro
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