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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EMDR as Treatment for Parents Struggling with PTSD

Parents may struggle with the trauma of their childrens’ medical diagnoses. EMDR therapy can help with that trauma. In this Sanfilippo News article, Marisa Wexler covers a recent research article…

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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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What I Learned from My Experience with EMDR

Meredith Woods writes in Verily Magazine, her first-hand patient account of EMDR therapy and how it improved her mental health.

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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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How EMDR Therapy Can Help Sexual Assault Recovery

This Psychology Today blog post discusses how EMDR therapy can help people who have experienced sexual assault heal. It also discusses the intersection of self-harm, sexual assault, trauma, and healing.

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EMDR Therapy and Autism – Interview with Sherri Paulson, LCSW

It is National Autism Acceptance Month! People on the autism spectrum develop uniquely. Some may have challenges in communicating, social skills, sensory experiences, and behavior. As the Autism Speaks website…

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Western Michigan University Behavioral Health Services Receives $10,000 EMDR Grant

WMU Behavioral Health Services has received a $10,000 grant for training and treatment of Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). The grant, awarded through the College of Health and Human Services,…

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EMDR through an Adoptee’s Eyes

The Shameless Mom Podcast episode “Maya Luque: The Heart of the Matter: EMDR through an Adoptee’s Eyes” discusses how EMDR therapy helped Maya Luque recover from trauma.

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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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