You're tired of feeling like nothing is really working. You want relief and real change. It's time for EMDR Therapy.
You've been hearing about EMDR lately, but you're not sure what it is or if it's for you. Here's what you need to know.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an effective therapy that helps people recover from traumatic or stressful life experiences.
When you were younger and you experienced something, your brain learned how to feel about the event, the people involved and gauged your level of safety. Think of it like this: How is the past in the present?
Now as an adult, you're seeing that this way of thinking and coping is causing issues for you, most likely in multiple areas of your life. Relationships are suffering. Your self-esteem is suffering. You can't sleep. You're physically and emotionally exhausted all the time. Your work is even suffering. This doesn't feel good at all.
EMDR is known for creating significant changes in how you think, feel and act. In a nutshell, EMDR is relearning what your brain learned long ago.
Lucky, lucky you, right?
It's okay, I'm here to help.
EMDR is helpful in addressing a range of issues that create problems in all areas of your life, such as; perfectionism, imposter syndrome, performance anxiety, unhealthy patterns in relationships and self-sabotaging behaviors.
Not to sound cliché, but you're sick and tired of being sick and tired. You want results.
There are MANY proven benefits of EMDR therapy, including more restful sleep, increased self-confidence, freedom from past experiences that keep you stuck, feeling more connected to and in control of the present, alleviates panic attacks and silences your Bitchy Brenda (aka inner critic) by transforming negative beliefs into positive ones.
Almost anyone can benefit from EMDR, whether you're currently experiencing a crisis, struggling and unable to keep up with all of life's demands or stuck in survival mode.
EMDR is also shown to be successful in treating a number of mental health issues such as Anxiety, Panic Attacks, PTSD, Stress, Depression, Grief & Loss, Imposter Syndrome, Perfectionism, People Pleasing and many more.
Let's be real. You've spent a great deal of time pushing some of those painful memories out of your mind. They're painful for a reason, why would you want to go back and relive them?
I hear you.
The thing I love about EMDR is that it doesn't require you to talk in detail about your stressful/traumatic experiences. There's no homework to complete in order for you to see the results, either.
EMDR prompts the brain's natural healing process and gives you the space to safely experience and release them so that you can find long-term relief from the distress you've been experiencing.
EMDR also has a lot fewer side effects than medication.
Get started today.
There's no prep work for you to do. Just a desire to break free from the past that is holding you back today.