EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
is an evidence-based psychotherapy originally developed for the treatment of trauma and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder).
EMDR Psychotherapy has been approved and recommended by the World Health Organization as one of the most effective methods for treatment of post-traumatic symptoms. Research has shown that EMDR Psychotherapy is useful treating a wide range of traumatic experiences, also back in childhood, such as
· Difficult and harsh family systems
· Mental and physical abuse
· Adverse life experiences
Its effectiveness in healing psychological stress goes far beyond PTSD and has been proved to be helpful for:
· Self-esteem problems
· Performance anxiety
· Eating disorders
· Emotional regulation problems
· All realms of phobias.
EMDR can also help to ease somatic symptoms, like pain or muscle tension.
EMDR can help to identify where these problems have come from by helping the brain to identify past events and heal itself.
Please contact Amelia Simpson for a consultation to see if EMDR could be an effective therapy approach for you.
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