EMDR for Clinicians

/EMDR for Clinicians

Dispelling Myths About EMDR Therapy

Many EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapists receive calls each week from potential clients who have heard about EMDR therapy, but have received misinformation about what it is and how it works.   There are myths about EMDR floating around related to the  duration of the therapy, the way the therapy is conducted or the [...]

A Memory Network in a Nutshell

The impact of a memory network: Do you ever wonder why a smell, song, or other sensory cue may remind you of a time, place, person or experience? It can be wonderful when positive memories are elicited, but when the memories are negative or traumatic, it can send a person into a state of anxiety [...]

Adjunctive Care in EMDR Treatment

Many people ask about my approach to adjunctive care in EMDR treatment. It is not uncommon for clinicians who are not trained in EMDR therapy to want to refer their clients for EMDR treatment and still maintain their role as the primary therapist to their client. This can be a great collaboration as long as [...]

EMDR Therapy: 3 Great Benefits

Panic, anxiety, sadness, nightmares or simply feeling stuck or frustrated in relationships- trauma can create problems that invade many aspects of life.  Although there are numerous forms of therapy that are used to treat PTSD, trauma and anxiety, EMDR therapy stands out as one of the most effective. For many people experiencing these unpleasant feelings or [...]