EMDR is short for Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing. It is a type of psychotherapy that involves reprocessing past traumatic experiences and disturbing memories, which keep us from feeling free and confident to live our daily lives. EMDR is an evidence-based and highly researched therapy that is growing exponentially in popularity because it is fast, effective and often involves less discomfort for clients. EMDR can help with issues large and small, complicated or simple, from trauma as severe as chronic childhood abuse to an embarrassing situation one just can’t forget. It can also improve ongoing relational issues and heal prior attachment injuries.
EMDR works well via video therapy.
EMDR must be done with a therapist who has completed at least the basic training by an EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) approved trainer.
Christine Monroe is EMDRIA Certified and continues to learn additional skills and improve her therapeutic effectiveness. Denise Owens has completed EMDRIA basic training and is working towards becoming fully certified. Rebecca Dorfman is in the process of completing basic training. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.