EMDR: Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing was pioneered by Francine Shapiro in 1987 and official published in 1995. EMDR is an integrative psychotherapy approach, which has been extensively research and proven to be an effective treatment for those suffering with PTSD and for trauma victims. EMDR helps relieve various psychological stressors and increases one's sense of well-being. 

 Using dual attention stimuli, scientific research shows brain functioning scans where the trauma no longer resides in the present functioning of the brain and EMDR puts the event or events away in a filing cabinet where you then have control and the trauma does not. EMDR brain functioning scans also show that recalling one's trauma after successful EMDR treatment does not elicit the same stress in the brain previous to EMDR treatment. If you are interested in learning more about EMDR please do not hesitate to ask. Put your past in the past and live freely today with the help of therapy and EMDR. 

Getting Past Your Past
— Francine Shapiro
Changing the memories that form the way we see ourselves also changes the way we view others. Therefore, our relationships, job performance, what we are willing to do or are able to resist, all move in a positive direction.
— Francine Shapiro