EMDR stands for Eye Movement desensitization and Reprocessing. It’s a fairly new, non-traditional type of psychotherapy. EMDR is designed to help people heal from the symptoms and emotional distress resulting from traumatic or disturbing life experiences.
EMDR can help people get the benefits of psychotherapy much faster than regular talk therapy. Conventional wisdom in the therapy world once said that severe emotional pain takes a long time, sometimes even years or decades, to heal. But EMDR therapy’s successes indicate that may not always be true.
That’s because EMDR helps the mind heal from psychological trauma similar to how the body recovers from physical trauma. EMDR addresses the core of the person’s pain, treating it at the source.
Although new, EMDR has been extensively researched and can help treat : PTSD, anxiety, depression and panic disorders.
I will pleased to answer your questions before a session and will explain fully the whole process.