Do you feel trapped because of your past?
Has an event in your life made it hard to function in the present?
Do you constantly feel like a failure, like you're not good enough, or like things are your fault?
Are you worried about not being able to move forward in life?
Have fears, grief, anger, or depression stopped you from fully living?
Does it feel like no matter what you try, you can't convince a part of yourself to heal or to change?
EMDR is an evidence-based practice that has enabled many clients to experience life-changing results, fast.
EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. The approach was originally developed in 1995 by Dr. Francine Shapiro as a way to help people overcome trauma. EMDR helps us reintegrate negative and/or traumatic memories or thoughts that become "frozen" in our minds.
When this "freezing" happens, we can experience symptoms like anxiety, panic attacks, depression, nightmares & flashbacks, or intense anger. Other possible effects of trapped negative memories can include things like chronic low self-esteem, lack of confidence, specific phobias, or beliefs that can injure our relationships with other people.
Many clients have shared that EMDR allows them to feel powerful again,
and in many cases eliminates their symptoms altogether.
Here are just a few ways that EMDR has helped transform the lives of clients:
Overcome social anxiety and lack of confidence
Beat symptoms of depression and experience real hope again
Resolve unprocessed traumatic memories
Break cycles of failure or powerlessness
Manage stress and general anxiety more effectively
Prevent and eliminate panic attacks
Find peace after loss, grief, or betrayal
Build courage and conquer fear
EMDR is a powerful tool for helping you address and overcome issues like: