What Is EMDR Therapy?
How Effective Is EMDR Therapy?
What makes EMDR so much more effective than other forms of trauma therapy?
And since it doesn’t require you to talk about your trauma, EMDR also reduces the risk of being re-traumatized. After all, most forms of talk therapy just make trauma worse—by having you recount what happened, you end up feeling re-triggered and overwhelmed. EMDR doesn’t require you to share your story in detail—you can tell your therapist as much or as little as you want!
How Does EMDR Therapy Look?
How Can EMDR Benefit Your Life?
EMDR doesn’t just reduce your symptoms—it allows for substantial, lifelong healing. Rather than slap a band-aid on your pain, EMDR gets right to the core of what’s going on, addressing the longstanding emotional wounds that perpetuate your struggles. It enables you to break out of old patterns that are holding you back from living up to your fullest potential.
For instance, if your past trauma made you want to isolate and avoid social gatherings, EMDR can help you overcome the sense of fear that keeps you from leaving your comfort zone. It can empower you to feel more confident and at ease in your own skin, making it easier to seize new opportunities and connect with new people. You can stop engaging in unhealthy habits and make decisions that move you closer to happiness, peace, and stability.
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If you want to heal from the pain of the past and begin your journey toward healing and wholeness, contact us or call (646) 918 – 1181. We look forward to working with you!