One of the powerful tools I use as a psychologist in my psychotherapy work is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).
- EMDR is a therapy technique that was first developed to help people heal from trauma by greatly reducing the distress caused by traumatic memories.
- EMDR is also effective in shifting core negative beliefs, which helps reduce anxiety and depression.
- EMDR can help you get un-stuck by strengthening your belief in what you can achieve, so that you can more easily move forward.
In my work as a therapist with individuals and couples, I am impressed by EMDR’s ability to help people make profound shifts in how they think and feel about past events, including traumatic events both long-ago and recent, that have had a powerful negative hold on their lives. This often happens in a short time and with a great sense of breakthrough.
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