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Life changes

I have been using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) with clients since 2002. I was trained by the EMDR Institute and continue to refresh my training and competency in this treatment because I have found it to be one of the most powerful interventions in my clinical “toolbox”.  I have used EMDR to successful treat:

  • PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress disorder),

  • physical, emotional, and sexual abuse,

  • the sudden loss of a loved one,

  • the aftermath of infidelity or betrayal,

  • addictions,

  • bullying,

  • anxiety, panic attacks, and some phobias. 

I have also used it to help people prepare for dental and medical surgeries, to prepare for auditions and public speaking events, and even to help golfers get over the “yips”!  In my experience, EMDR helps to facilitate the normal reprocessing of upsetting memories of experiences so that the experiences no longer bother the client, and are no longer distressing. Clients report a feeling of “getting their lives back” once the burden of the distressing experiences has been lifted, through the process of EMDR.

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