You don't have to just live with your trauma.
EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a groundbreaking, evidence-based treatment for traumas big and small. Whether you witnessed violence, experienced hardship, or had an emotionally volatile relationship, EMDR can help separate your emotional response from reminders of the trauma. When successful, EMDR can eliminate triggers and allow you to live a more calm, grounded, and joyful life free from the hypervigilance, anxiety, and negative beliefs trauma creates.
EMDR is widely applicable to trauma, phobias, and unresolved feelings from last week or decades ago. EMDR can help decrease the impact of:
EMDR looks different with each person, but always involves the use of bilateral stimulation (visual, auditory, or tactile) while a therapist guides you through reminders of the trauma toward resolution. Some people see resolution in as little as one session, while more complex traumas can take longer.
If you're curious about what EMDR can do for you, let's chat.
Further reading on EMDR.