EMDR

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

EMDR

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapeutic process discovered by Francine Shapiro in 1988. It allows clients to process traumas in a controlled setting using eye movements.

It helps you to resolve the traumatic memories that are frozen in your mind and affect the way in which you relate to the world around you as well as the relationships in your life. It can be helpful for areas such as PTSD, bullying, phobias, and anxieties as well as traumatic relationships.

EMDR allows you to process the traumatic memories that are frozen in your mind and affect the way in which you relate to the world around you as well as the relationships in your life. This process can work for PTSD, bullying, phobias, and anxieties as well as traumatic relationships.

I have been working with this method for 6 years and find it to be very effective. Whilst this method is a stand-alone model I use it in conjunction with other models of therapy. It is very specific and, in most cases, shorter than other modes of therapy.

Many clients have found this to be a very successful approach for healing traumas. Through this they have seen a reduction in symptom’s such as anxiety, flash backs and inability to sleep to name a few.

For more information please visit https://emdrassociation.org.uk/