When you've experienced trauma, you need the best care possible.
EMDR has been shown to be the most effective treatment for trauma.
EMDR helps you reprocess your traumatic memories so you can experience lessened symptoms and take back your life.
Your trauma doesn’t define you.
Like a disorganized filing cabinet, improperly stored memories can come back up when we are triggered. This causes us to experience those emotions as if we were reliving the situation. You may feel hopeless and wonder if you will ever be able to move past that event.
There is hope! With EMDR therapy, it is possible to reprocess and reorganize these memories in a way that lessens the symptoms of fear, anxiety, stress, and rage and allows your body’s natural healing process to resume.
Our caring counselors can help!
What is EMDR?
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a type of psychotherapy that allows you to heal from emotional distress that is the result of traumatic events that have happened in your life. EMDR Therapy focuses on the belief that traumatic experiences and memories can act as roadblocks in the healing process. EMDR helps put these memories away, so they become a part of your history and not part of your identity. Once that is done, your body’s natural healing process can resume.
You CAN move forward!
We can help!
When traumatic events happen to us, those memories are stored in the brain with no time or date associated with them. This can cause us to flashback or relive these memories with all those negative emotions attached.
EMDR works by changing the way these traumatic or negative memories are stored. EMDR therapy helps you file these memories away by the date that they occurred and resolve the unprocessed memories that stand between you and healing. EMDR does this by replicating your body’s natural memory processing system that occurs during REM sleep.
You may not forget these traumatic memories but it will make them easier to deal with.
How does EMDR therapy work?
EMDR works by changing the way these traumatic or negative memories are stored. EMDR therapy helps you file these memories away by the date that they occurred which can lessen symptoms of PTSD such as anger, anxiety, and depression.
You might not forget these traumatic memories but it will make them easier to deal with.
EMDR is versatile and can be used to treat a variety of mental health concerns, such as addiction, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma, and depression.
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