What is EMDR therapy?

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It is an evidence-based psychotherapy done by a specially trained therapist. The overall goal is to support individuals in decreasing distressful symptoms caused by traumas or difficult experiences. 

What can EMDR do for me?

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It is an evidence-based psychotherapy done by a specially trained therapist. The overall goal is to support individuals in decreasing distressful symptoms caused by traumas or difficult experiences. 

Here is what your first 8 sessions of EMDR Therapy looks like!

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is used to help people process and heal from difficult situations they have endured in their life. In 8 sessions of EMDR, you can expect to get relief from your current distressing symptoms. During these appointments you are starting a new and powerful journey to heal and make peace with memories from your past, situations in your present, and fears about the future. 

EMDR Therapy and its 8 Phases

Have you considered seeing a therapist for EMDR Therapy but felt nervous about what the process might look like? Some clients have reported that EMDR Therapy can seem intimidating or even confusing; however, the process is actually quite simple and quick to complete compared to other treatment methods. 

EMDR for Relationship Break-Ups

breaking up from a relationship

If you have ever been in a relationship that ended you might be all too familiar with how it can very painful to get over memories of hurt and loss after a breakup. It is a reality many of us have to deal with at some point in our life. The best thing to do at a time like this is to let yourself heal from the hurt you experienced and work on yourself. One way to get support through the post-breakup healing process is by doing EMDR therapy.

Where your past meets your present self…

EMDR Therapy

Most people come to therapy with a pressing issue. Maybe you’re struggling getting feedback from your boss, or feeling sad when your friends leave you out. Maybe you have a fear of dogs and your partner wants to get one. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) may be able to help you with the reason you’re reaching out for extra support. 

Please contact us to learn more

Service covered by most insurances

Hillary Burr, LCSW  —  Aetna | United

Sukhi Sandhu, LPC — BCBS PPO only

Josette Shine, LCPC, CRC — United | BCBS | Aetna

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