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What is EMDR?

Let your brain and body recover!

EMDR, short for Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing, is a well-established and evidenced based therapy widely used in mental health treatment. Specifically designed to help those with traumatic experiences find rapid healing that does not include having to re-tell your story in detail. Imagine it as a unique way to unlock your brain and body's natural healing powers. Much like the bodies natural recovery process from physical injuries, EMDR aims to help your brain heal emotional wounds with the understanding that the brain knows how to heal itself if given the space to do so!


Watch this video provided by EMDRIA (EMDR International Association) for a detailed explanation.​


To explore the EMDRIA website for article, resources, and research please ​


You might be thinking, "Are my life experiences really considered traumatic?" or "Is EMDR the right fit for me?" I want you to know that whatever you've been through is valid, and EMDR has tools that can help anyone, even if you haven't faced what you'd traditionally think of as trauma. From what I've seen personally, nothing else compares to EMDR when it comes to bringing about long-lasting relief and positive changes. It's a powerful approach, and I'm here to help guide you through it!

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