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Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)

"Unlock the Mind: Discover the Incredible Healing Potential Within You"

When an unsettling event occurs, the memory can become trapped in the brain, stuck in a state of panic, presenting itself in a fragmented and disordered manner, complete with the initial fear-based images, sounds, emotions, and bodily sensations still actively present.


As a result, it doesn't find its way into long-term memory, often giving the impression that it's happening in the present moment. In this panicked state, the traumatic memory remains impenetrable to rational processing and adaptive understanding. EMDR serves as a means to unlock the nervous system, allowing the brain's natural mechanisms to reprocess the traumatic experience. This process bears similarity to REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, during which your eyes naturally shift from left to right, engaging both the logical and emotional parts of the brain to process information in a healthy manner. EMDR's bilateral (left to right) eye movements or tapping assist in accessing the maladaptively stored traumatic memory, enabling it to be processed and stored in a healthier way. Ultimately, it is your own brain that facilitates the healing process.

Image by Hal Gatewood
Female touching and tapping her shoulders, crossing hands. Butterfly hug. Psychology and s

Discover the incredible healing potential within you through the gentle support of EMDR therapy. When troubling memories keep you locked in a cycle of anxiety, EMDR is here to help. It works much like your brain does during a peaceful night's sleep, guiding you to reprocess those memories and free yourself from constant worry. Let's bid farewell to the past that lingers in the present. Embark on your healing journey with EMDR today, where warmth, support, and your inner strength await. Your path to healing starts right here. 

"Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity."

Hippocrates - Greek Physician

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