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How to help your head and your heart get on the same page

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an evidence-based therapy that helps people heal after difficult life experiences. It tends to work faster and be less stressful than other therapeutic approaches, and its affects are enduring.

Some of the trauma-related symptoms it can help:
  • Anxiety

  • Depression

  • Sexual issues

  • Intimacy issues

  • Performance anxiety

  • Grief and loss

  • Phobias

  • Addiction

  • Unhealthy coping mechanisms

  • Unwanted habits and behavioral cycles

  • Chronic pain related to trauma

  • Negative thoughts about yourself and others

  • "Treatment-resistant" symptoms


While you may understand intellectually that you are worthy of love -- or that you're not responsible for something that happened to you -- you might still struggle to feel it in your heart. The smoke alarm is going off, even though there's no fire.


EMDR targets your thoughts, feelings, and sensations to heal both your brain and your body.

If you're still struggling with the same old triggers, EMDR could be a gamechanger for you.

It's time to recalibrate your inner "smoke alarm" so you can finally let your past go, enjoy your present, and prepare for a brighter future. Your brain knows what it needs to heal -- EMDR can jumpstart the process.



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