Definitely not.

EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a highly effective therapy designed to assist people in recovering from the effects of trauma or distressing events. The technique involves the use of bilateral stimulation, which can range from eye movements to auditory stimulation (alternating beeps in your earphones), to reprocess traumatic memories and alleviate the associated emotional distress. By engaging the brain’s natural healing processes, EMDR offers a safe and non-invasive approach to addressing trauma-related issues, helping individuals to achieve positive and lasting results. So, if you are struggling with trauma-related symptoms, PTSD, anxiety, depression, phobias, OCD, stress, etc., EMDR therapy may be a helpful option for you to explore in your healing journey.

As an EMDRIA approved therapy with extensive training and experience, I have seen EMDR truly makes a difference and improves lives dramatically, first-hand. EMDR helps with past, present and future worries, events and stress.

Please reach out for a free 15-minute consultation to find out if EMDR is a good fit for you!

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