When people think of EMDR therapy, they generally think about trauma treatment. Treating trauma is what EMDR therapy was developed for and continues to do so. People often think EMDR therapy is only effective for treating big T trauma such as car accidents, assault or military trauma. However, this could not be further from the truth; EMDR is now used for various distressful conditions, including issues from childhood DEVELOPMENTAL trauma which I use EMDR as a part of the treatment.
There have been significant new developments in EMDR therapy since its inception. There are now many ways to modify standard EMDR procedures to support people in overcoming many mental health issues and life challenges, such as anxiety, depression, addictions, complex grief and attachment-based trauma.
EMDR Therapy can help you to become unstuck and works to help you shift from negative self-beliefs to positive self-beliefs.
EMDR therapy helps children and adults of all ages. Therapists use EMDR therapy to address a wide range of challenges:
- Anxiety, panic attacks, and phobias
- PTSD and other trauma and stress-related issues
- Attachment issues
- Chronic Illness and medical issues, pain
- Depression and bipolar disorders
- Dissociative disorders
- Relationship Conflict
- Eating disorders
- Grief and loss
- Personality disorders
- Sexual assault
- Substance abuse and addiction
- Violence and abuse
- Relationship Repair