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EMDR Therapy

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What is EMDR Therapy?

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an integrative psychotherapy approach that has been extensively researched and proven effective for the treatment of trauma. EMDR therapy includes a set of standardized protocols that incorporate elements from many different treatment approaches.

 

 

"Healing Trauma" Public Awareness Film for EMDR Therapy

"Something changed the first time I had EMDR and if I could put one word to it ... it would be hope."

 

 

What kind of problems can EMDR treat?

Scientific research has established EMDR as effective for post traumatic stress. However, clinicians have also reported success using EMDR in treatment of the following conditions:

 

 Panic Attacks, Complicated Grief,

Dissociative Disorders, Disturbing Memories

 Phobias, Pain Disorders, Performance Anxiety,

Stress Reduction, Addictions

 Sexual and/or Physical Abuse,

Body Dysmorphic Disorders, Personality Disorders

 

   

EMDR Frequently Asked Questions

 

EMDRIA's Clinical Definition of EMDR 

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