Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a powerful, evidenced-based treatment that aims to heal psychological trauma, replace internalized negative beliefs, and soothe body-based symptoms of traumatic stress. There are studies that indicate that EMDR may alleviate pain more rapidly compared to other forms of therapy.
EMDR therapy can be used across the lifespan and within both individuals and dyads to strengthen attachment and heal relational wounds. It is effective with children and parent dyads as young as two years old, individually with teens, and with all adults. Our staff uses an integrated approach combining art therapy, play therapy, and additional somatic and expressive therapies to best serve our clients through EMDR protocols.
To learn more about our staff's experience with EMDR check out Abby, Diana, and Jacqui's profiles. For more information and research regarding efficacy of EMDR, visit: emdria.org.
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Trauma recovery not only helps us make sense of our past, but it helps us rediscover our aliveness in the present in order to hold hope for our future.