Therapy with EMDR

EMDR has been proven to be highly effective in treating a wide range of issues.

EMDR is so effective that EMDR therapy is often short-term.

Is is very common for clients who have experienced only limited results with traditional therapy to find that with EMDR, emotional and creative issues are thoroughly resolved. The result is often a future free of entanglement with old pain and limiting self-messages. Without those burdens, personal power becomes readily accessible.

EMDR was originally developed for working with both recent and past traumas.

Because it brought such powerful shifts for people with traumatic injury, therapists soon started to explore using it for other therapeutic problems. It is now widely used for the treatment of depression and anxiety. I find it especially exciting to see the clearing effects of EMDR as a psychotherapy for creative blocks and procrastination. In fact, whenever the issue stems from limiting beliefs about yourself, EMDR therapy is worth exploring.

Call to find out more about EMDR therapy  To explore taking the next step call 802-860-9500.

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.

Originally this name accurately reflected what happened in an EMDR therapy session. The therapist moved her fingers or a wand before the client's face and the client let their eyes follow back and forth. Today, in an EMDR session, the therapist may use eye movements or alternating left/right sounds or tactile stimulation to support the client in reprocessing emotional residue from distant or recent past events. The clearing that results might sound improbable precisely because the work is so simple and the sessions so straightforward, were it not for the huge body of research documenting the remarkable effectiveness of treatment with EMDR.

EMDR is one of the most thoroughly researched psychotherapy modality

for the treatment of trauma and PTSD. Research shows remarkable effects, from returning war veterans with PTSD to survivors of childhood trauma. And the best news is that the positive effects of EMDR therapy hold up over time. The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies has rated EMDR therapy as a Level A treatment (the highest rating available) for Adult Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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