EMDR is an effective and scientifically validated, psychotherapy developed by Francine Shapiro in 1989. EMDR is used to resolve PTSD (Post traumatic Stress Disorder) and troubling symptoms, such as:
· Sleep Disturbance
Variations of this proven treatment can also help build personal strengths, improve performance, treat behavioral and chemical addictions, and manage pain.
EMDR can significantly shorten the length of therapy and enhance results. Most people begin feeling relief immediately in the specific area addressed, even if the issue and related traumatic memory has been haunting them for decades. Relief is long-lasting.
EMDR can’t change what happened to you, but it can help change the way you feel about it, enabling you to learn and grow from the experience.
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