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EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a specialized therapy designed to help you process distressing memories and overcome the lingering effects of trauma. Through targeted techniques, including bilateral stimulation such as eye movements, EMDR assists your brain in reprocessing traumatic experiences, reducing their emotional impact, and fostering healing. This evidence-based therapy aims to alleviate the distress associated with past events, empowering you to move forward with improved emotional well-being."

EMDR therapy involves eight structured phases. It begins with history-taking and treatment planning, establishing a foundation of trust and understanding. The subsequent phases include preparation, where clients learn coping strategies, and assessment to identify specific targets for processing. Desensitization follows, using bilateral stimulation to help clients process distressing memories. The therapist then assists in installing positive beliefs, followed by a body scan to address any remaining tension. Closure ensures stability at the end of each session, and re-evaluation assesses progress and identifies further targets if needed. This methodical approach aims to guide individuals through healing and resolution."

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 Learn more about the foundation of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing