EMDR Therapy and Addictions: An Evolving Landscape

The use of EMDR therapy with people struggling with addictions is an evolving landscape. Addictions to substances and compulsive behaviors often begin as a way to cope with underlying pain…

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Florida Condo Collapse Survivors Seek EMDR Therapists

As the dust settles, Florida condo collapse Surfside survivors and family members are seeking EMDR therapists to help their trauma symptoms from grief, survivor guilt to PTSD. Search for EMDRIA…

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EMDR Therapy with LGBTQ Populations

Pride Month is a time to celebrate the wonderfully diverse ways we as humans can express ourselves, our sexuality, our gender, and our love for others. It is also a…

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Five Things Every Newly Trained EMDR Therapist Wished They Knew

Guest Blog Post by Andie Bernard, MA, LPCC The suspense, appropriate skepticism, and excitement that I felt as I sat at the table on the first day of my EMDR…

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Prince Harry Speaks Out About His Experience with EMDR Therapy

Several recent articles report on a docuseries just released on Apple TV+ called “The Me You Can’t See” in which Prince Harry and Oprah Winfrey discuss mental health. In the…

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Veterans Resilience Project & Minnesota Tackle Veterans’ Mental Health Hoping to Expand State Help

Article update on 07/13/2021: the Minnesota State Government gave the Veterans Resilience Project $400,000 for this project, which is $300,000 more than originally proposed. This article from the Minnesota Star…

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EMDR Therapy for Perinatal Mental Health

It is National Women’s Health Week, a time to remember the importance of women’s physical and mental health. One important issue that many women face is changing mental health around…

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EMDR Therapy Helps Heal Emergency Responders

In this article from EMS World,  the writer discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on emergency responders and the trauma that they endure. EMDR therapy is proven to help…

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Stress, Resilience, and EMDR

April is Stress Awareness Month. Stress is a natural reaction that we experience when there is danger around us, or when we perceive that there might be danger around us.…

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Board Member Discusses Trauma-Informed Care with Colorado News Station

Denver’s 9News interviewed board member Marisol Solarte-Erlacher to discuss EMDR trauma-informed care in the wake of the March 2021 Boulder, Colorado supermarket shooting.

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How EMDR Therapy Helped Me Find Healing in a Most Daunting Year

This personal essay by Kristin Auble appeared in Vogue magazine.  She writes about her journey through EMDR therapy and how it improved her mental health.

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How EMDR Therapy Can Improve Reproductive Health in Women with PTSD

This blog post from the U.S Department on Veterans Affairs “Improving Reproductive Health in Women with PTSD” highlights how EMDR therapy can be used before, during, and after pregnancy to help…

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