Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is generally used in the treatment of individuals suffering from PTSD or a severe unresolved trauma (such as assault, abuse, combat, or an accident). The objective of EMDR therapy is to process these disturbing events in order to reduce their lingering effects and allow clients to develop healthy coping mechanisms. EMDR follows an eight-step protocol that includes elements of several other therapy approaches (psychodynamic, cognitive behavioral, interpersonal, experiential, and body-centered) and involves external stimulation using bilateral eye movements, tones or taps.
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I am trained in EMDR. I have completed the Basic Trainings. I continue to receive consultation and supervision to assist to support me in my ongoing learning.
I was trained in EMDR a couple years ago and was amazed at how fast one can clear disregulations in the nervous system that cause avoidance behaviors or unsatisfying behaviors. By identifying target incidents and floating back to an original trauma the stored frozen somatic memories can be cleared and a calm and relaxed manner achieved with material that was extremely distressing.
We have EMDR trained therapist on our team. We've found EMDR to be an amazing tool for reducing emotional distress related to traumatic events from the past that continue to impact present day life. It can be helpful in recovery from the effects of abuse from childhood or adulthood. It has been proven effective for healing from assault, grief, panic triggers, accidents, and natural disasters.
Our bodies hold onto all kinds of trauma, big or small, and if the memories of that trauma are not processed correctly, we are constantly being triggered in the present by past events. If you are feeling stuck in talk therapy, it could be that you are trying to solve a problem intellectually when the root of the problem actually originated in the body. EMDR can help you move forward more quickly.
EMDR is often utilized for clients suffering for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). EMDR is a comprehensive way to address experiences that overwhelm the brain’s natural resiliency/coping capacity that leads to intensive painful symptoms. In therapy, clients are guided to reprocess traumatic information/experience until it is no longer disruptive resulting in healing.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.
I am trained at Level I and Level II in EMDR and I use it frequently in my practice. I am in an on-going EMDR consultation group in which we discuss cases, share ideas, and explore new developments in the treatment protocols.
Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing
For the past 2 years, I have been providing Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) treatment for clients dealing with PTSD, depression, and anxiety.
As an approved EMDR therapist I have 40 hours of official training with extensive supervision. I’ve also obtained additional training and consultation in this field.
EMDR uses eye movements to process information and memories of traumatic events, as well as has a calming effect on a stressed nervous system. The eye movements are thought to mimic the process of REM sleep while dreaming and appears to be crucial to organizing experience in an adaptive manner. When trauma disrupts this system, EMDR can help.
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing uses the mechanism of REM sleep to reprocess negative beliefs embedded in the nervous system related to an emotional event. I will also use it for an increased sense of control by focusing on strengths and positive accomplishments.
I have completed Level 1 and Level 2 training and am in consultation towards certification.
I am an EMDR-trained therapist and have used this technique when working with clients who are suffering from trauma, anxiety, panic, disturbing memories, post traumatic stress and other emotional problems. In the past, these conditions were difficult and time-consuming to treat. EMDR can often help the client heal more rapidly and provide lasting relief for many types of emotional distress.
I have completed basic EMDR training and enjoy using EMDR with clients.
EMDR is a therapeutic approach that I use with clients who have experienced trauma in their lives. I have completed specialized training on the use of EMDR and consider it to be an important part of recovery from trauma.
EMDR provider - completed training with EMDRIA. Seeks continued training and consultation to update skills.
EMDR is an empirically-based, successful technique that ultimately removes emotions attached to traumatic memories & experiences. EMDR helps replace negative self-image with with positive messages and acceptance. People who cannot shake old images, critical negative self talk and anxiety triggered by memories despite years of talk therapy can benefit from EMDR and become much more resilient.
I am trained in EMDR (Level 1 & 2) and use EMDR frequently and effectively with clients.
I am a level two trained EMDR therapist with 15 years experience using EMDR. I have successfully used this technique to resolve flashbacks and other trauma related symptoms, integrate dissociative identities, eliminate road blocks to personal and professional growth.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) can be used alone or integrated with other therapies to treat trauma, reduce distress, and provide significant psychological and somatic relief for clients. I am EMDR trained and pursuing certification, and consider EMDR to be an incredibly effective and powerful tool for healing. For more information go to: http://www.emdria.org/
I have been fully trained in EMDR by Phillip Manfield, and consultation with Amanda Cantal. This therapeutic technique is a resource-based way to heal both acute and complex trauma.
EMDR trained, Im a believer. Let me offer this intervention to you. Let us soften your trauma response and heal your nervous system.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. Repeated studies show that by using EMDR therapy people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference.
Utilizing forms of bilateral (side-to-side) stimulation, we can help our brains and bodies process through various stuck points and traumas. EMDR therapy takes you to a deep subconscious healing place when talking feels like to much or it has not been enough to make the changes you need. I am level I/II trained and currently seeking certification.
I am EMDR Part I & II trained and find it to be one of the most valuable and efficacious tools I have gained in my 10 years in practice. Developed to address trauma and PTSD, it is now widely used for all sorts of challenges clients bring to therapy. Check out cbetherapy.com for an EMDR explanation and more specifics.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a late-stage, trauma resolution method. Developed in the late 1980's, EMDR currently has more scientific research as a treatment for trauma than any other non-pharmaceutical intervention. Based on empirical evidence as well as thousands of client and clinician testimonials, EMDR has proven an efficacious and rapid method of reprocessing traumatic m
I am trained to use EMDR technique. EMDR or Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is an effective tool for children and adults who have experienced trauma. EMDR can help clients to create change and movement when one may be feeling stuck due to unresolved traumas and negative self-beliefs.
EMDR is a unique evidence-based treatment that focuses on I have completed Part I & II of the EMDR Institute approved training.
EMDR has shown to be a powerful therapy to reprocess old memories. Shifting the way memories are stored can allow one to live more fully in the present and not be trapped in past emotions and responses. I am currently undergoing training for EMDR and am happy to offer reduced fee sessions for this amazing therapy.
Joe is certified in EMDR Levels I and II specifically for working with trauma.
EMDR is a powerful therapy used to help people heal from traumatic experiences. It facilitates a process that allows people to adaptively process traumatic experiences in a way that promotes deep and lasting positive change.
EMDR is an invaluable tool for directly addressing the painful, intrusive feelings that accompany the traumatic experiences that live in our nervous systems. I have extensive experience using EMDR to let go of the painful emotions connected to past damaging experiences.
I am trained in EMDR and I\'m a member of EMDRIA (emdria.org) EMDR is my most favorite modality to use in therapy because of its fast results and effectiveness for so many different presenting problems.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is considered a first-line, empirically-validated treatment for PTSD and has been adopted by both private and government organizations, including the Veterans Administration, as a relatively short-term approach to trauma recovery.
EMDR therapy takes you to a deep subconscious place of healing when talking and awareness has not been enough to make the changes you need. I am level I/II trained and currently seeking certification; Continued training in Trauma & Dissociation; Early Attachment Wounds/pre-verbal trauma; I have witnessed people experience profound and lasting changes from trauma and stuck patterns using EMDR.
I am Eye Movement Desensitization Response (EMDR) trained. EMDR therapy was developed as a treatment for traumatic memories. I specialize in helping those with trauma ranging from childhood abuse to car accidents. Those that have been diagnosed with PTSD often benefit from EMDR.
EMDRIA approved Level II training and 10 years experience using this treatment.
I have completed Full Training in EMDR, and incorporate EMDR into my work with clients healing from complex emotional trauma. EMDR can be a powerful tool for challenging stuck core beliefs about oneself, and for decreasing negative emotions and physical reactions related to traumatic experiences. I am happy to provide more information about EMDR so you can decide if it is right for you.
EMDR is becoming widely used to treat trauma. This method helps the body reveal secrets about past trauma or painful events that keep us feeling stuck, anxious & depressed in a every day. It is possible to find more safety & peace so that you can move forward in your life.
I am trained in EMDR. This is an integrative psychotherapy that has been found to be particularly helpful in treating trauma and trauma symptoms, (including but not limited to: anxiety, flashbacks, negative self-talk/beliefs, phobias & fears). I am also trained and am passionate about Brainspotting Therapy, which is similar to EMDR, and has shown amazing results in my clients!
I have completed the basic EMDR training through the EMDR International Association. EMDR may restructure the nervous system to move traumatic experiences from being stored in the body to the form of narrative memories, and can help with the following conditions: PTSD, traumatic events, anxiety, complex trauma, abusive childhood, panic attacks, phobias, stress, addictions.
I am trained to use the EMDR model to help people move through trauma and feelings of being stuck. EMDR is an evidence-based practice and one of the most heavily researched therapy models available. Trauma is often stored in the physical body and EMDR can help reprocess traumatic memories so that a person is desensitized to those triggers.
Psychological trauma is a natural response to excruciating or horrific events. Symptoms of trauma are the mind\'s attempt to protect itself against the trauma. Sometimes traumas resolve on their own while other times this mechanism gets overloaded. EMDR is an evidence-based method for treating trauma that goes beyond \'talking about it\' to reprocessing the experience so you can put it behind you.
EMDR is a well-researched treatment modality that is highly effective for its\' use with post-traumatic stress, chronic pain, mood disorders, athletes, children, and many other presenting concerns. EMDR has proven to be both effective and to accelerate the recovery process.
EMDR is a therapeutic tool that uses bilateral stimulation (e.g. back-and-forth eye movement) to help the brain more fully process psychological experiences. Patrick utilizes EMDR in tandem with belief-focused treatment planning to dislodge maladaptive core beliefs (e.g. 'I am worthless, unsafe, etc.') and experience the freedom of new adaptive beliefs (e.g. 'I have self worth regardless').
EMDR is a method of processing trauma and helping you think about it differently so that it doesn't bother you anymore. Often we are stuck in negative beliefs about ourselves regarding our trauma when in fact we did what we could or did not have control over the outcome. EMDR helps you use your adult mind to process past trauma objectively.