EMDR for Stress, Anxiety, PTSD, and Trauma

I believe it is important for potential clients to get a sense of who I am as a psychotherapist and the work I do. This video is about me and my approach to working with Trauma using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitizing Reprocessing). 

EMDR for Stress, Anxiety and Trauma

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EMDR  (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy  treatment that was originally designed to alleviate distress associated  with trauma. In addition to treating trauma and anxiety, EMDR also helps with  emotional distress related to life events.  By gently revisiting the  memory, moment, or incident, a client will recall feelings surrounding  the event. Then, by accessing the negative associations to the memory,  information is enhanced, reprocessed, and adaptive associations come to  light.  Clients will be able to integrate these new empowering  associations to help eliminate the negative belief that gets in the way  of living a more meaningful life.  

This powerful yet simple technique can bring quick and lasting results in a few sessions.