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Eye Movement Desensitization: How It Works

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If you seek Eye Movement Desensitization, it is a good choice to treat certain emotional conditions that may be debilitating.  Our specialized therapists care about the well-being of each patient. The reprocessing part is away to regain function of the mind when experiencing these psychological difficulties. This therapy method is beneficial in healing from awful and sensitive events in one’s life. It is possible to improve with therapy sessions, and clinical help has been greatly proven. Be courageous and willing to go through Psychotherapy as you will love the results.

What Is Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing?

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, otherwise known as EMDR, is a well-developed technique used to treat trauma and PTSD with repetition in motions of the eye. EMDR is a breakthrough in showing that the mind does indeed overcome emotional trauma. With natural healing approaches, the block or imbalance in the mental system can be eliminated. The phases of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing are as follows:

  • Sessions gathering Patient’s History
  • Stress Tolerance Testing/Preparation for Psychotherapy
  • Focusing on the specific traumatic event and desensitizing
  • Evaluating the end of reprocessing procedure

It is important to note that all patients are different and will react to the duration of the phases in his or her own way.

Who Will Benefit from EMDR?

Although Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is also known for individuals who face Severe Anxiety, Addiction, Substance Abuse, OCD, and Chronic Pain. Traumas and several disorders are the main cases that can be treated by EMDR. Many people that would like to enjoy their life fully will be satisfied by the whole process. Contact Connections Wellness Group to make an appointment regarding your mental health needs. We are happy to restore meaning to your life and ensure comfort in the fact that you can rise above traumatic events.