How EMDR can help
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapeutic technique that uses bilateral stimulation to help process and resolve traumatic memories. It has been shown to be effective in reducing symptoms of trauma such as anxiety, depression, and PTSD, and has been found to be faster and more effective than other forms of therapy for treating trauma.
By working with a trained therapist, individuals can receive the support and guidance they need to process traumatic memories and improve their overall well-being.
Therapy can help with a wide range of problems and types of behavior, including but not limited to:
Mental health disorders: Anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are some of the most common mental health disorders that can be treated with therapy.
Emotional issues: Therapy can help individuals with emotional problems such as anger, grief, shame, and low self-esteem.
Behavioral problems: Therapy can help individuals who engage in self-harm, substance abuse, eating disorders, or impulse control issues.
Relationship problems: Therapy can help individuals improve their relationships by addressing communication issues, conflicts, and trust issues.
Life transitions: Therapy can provide support and guidance for individuals facing life transitions such as divorce, retirement, or a career change.
Personal growth: Therapy can also be used for personal growth and self-exploration, such as improving self-awareness, developing better coping skills, or achieving personal goals.
Therapy can help individuals with a wide range of problems and behaviors, and can provide a safe and supportive environment to help them grow and make positive changes in their lives.
I believe that a safe therapeutic relationship is the key to successful treatment. This therapeutic relationship is cultivated and strengthened during each session.
– Vanessa Graff LMHC, LPC