Trauma & EMDR

Helping individuals who have experienced trauma through Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

A Way to Keep the Past in the Past

Different Than Talk Therapy

Simply put, EMDR allows individuals to trust the body and take a bottom-up approach to address the undesirable effects from the traumatic experiences and resulting distress. This method harnesses the body's natural ability to heal itself. EMDR helps adults where talk therapy and the necessity for words fall short.

Virtual or In-Person

EMDR can be done virtually or in-person. For virtual clients, bilateral stimulation can be achieved visually, physically (through self-tapping), or aurally. Light somatic work is weaved into the process, which means listening to and understanding your body and inner sensations.

EMDR Overview and Additional Info

Written Summary

Download this sheet by Therapist.com that summarizes the eight (8) phases of EMDR.

More Info about EMDR

EMDRIA does a wonderful job of providing details about the approach and listing important information around the modality. Visit https://www.emdria.org/about-emdr-therapy/ to learn more.

Video Overview

In the YouTube video below, EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) provides information about how EMDR therapy works, what it is like, and how widely it is recognized.

Interested in finding out how EMDR can help you?

Schedule a free, 15-minute video consultation with Janice.