Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
EMDR Therapy is form of therapy that helps individuals work through distressing events and situations in their life. This may include trauma, attachment wounds, PTSD, grief, anxiety and depression.
How does EMDR work?
EMDR focuses on changing the impact of distressing and or disturbing thoughts, memories, behaviors and emotions. EMDR helps process the impact of this distress, allowing the brain to move toward healing and recovery. EMDR can be used for a single experience or more complex situations such as attachment, abuse, neglect and trauma.
Does EMDR work with Children?
Absolutely! EMDR works individuals of all ages.
EMDR can help children and process through their perceived emotional states and safety. EMDR is often paired with play therapy, creative expression, sand play, and movement to help support children.