Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR is a therapy that can be used in the processing of traumatic events. There is much scientific research into the effects of EMDR. Research shows that people respond well to treatment. EMDR can be an integral part of the therapy.

EMDR can help with simple and complex trauma, processing problems, fears and phobias. Through the EMDR procedure usually there comes a stream of thoughts, feelings, images and bodily sensations that are triggered.

After a session of EMDR you may be tired, the effects can still work, or there may be other new images to the surface. Experience shows that these after-effects can last for about three days. In a second session is the period after the EMDR session discussed. The EMDR sessions show long lasting effects, which means a more well-being in everyday life is experienced.

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Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing