EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy is a well-researched and successful psychotherapy treatment method proven to help people recover from all sorts of traumas and distressing life events, such as PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), anxiety, performance issues, depression and has shown to have benefits for all people.


Subconsciously many of us hold beliefs as a result of past negative experiences. Believing that we have to be perfect or that we are unworthy of love all stem from traumas in our past. EMDR therapy changes the way we see harmful beliefs by showing us that those beliefs are only an interpretation of a past event and that we have the ability to replace that belief with a positive one.

EMDR therapy is recommended by most professionals because it has been so effective in treating all kinds of traumas, especially PTSD. In EMDR therapy both sides of the brain are used to reprocess negative memories. There has been great success in terms of depression, anxiety, nightmares, grief, divorce, abuse and many other traumas that people have endured.

When patients think of therapy, they are normally referring to talk therapy, however this is where EMDR therapy is a game changer. Talk therapy might take many years to resolve the problem, whereas EMDR may resolve the issue within only a few sessions.

In recent times we have all been aware of the dangers of burnout. EMDR can help us unburden ourselves and control the stress that we are under by having regular therapy sessions when we feel overwhelmed.

EMDR treatment is actually good for most people. Changing negative beliefs can improve work, school and sports-related performance, relationships and health. Teaching yourself not to listen to the voice within that says “I can’t do this” will unleash the best version of yourself.

If you would like to explore EMDR therapy for trauma, anxiety, performance-related issues or any other concerns, visit my contact page or call me to schedule an appointment as soon as possible.