The Only Way to Change Your Is to Change Your Brain
EMDR is an evidence-based therapy that is based on neuroscience. It works by rewiring your brain.
Your therapy should eliminate your symptoms.
Like medicine that actually works.
- Have you ever been frustrated with therapy?
- Are you unsure if your therapy is effective?
- Have you tried self-help, talk therapy and nothing worked?
- Are you interested in therapy with results?
Frequently asked questions about EMDR
The amount of time EMDR takes varies between a few sessions to a few months and sometimes even a few years. EMDR is very effective, but don’t expect quick fixes, especially if you have a history of complex trauma.
EMDR helps to integrate the parts of the brain that are not engaged in talk-therapy. In EMDR, we activate the whole brain and as a result the whole brain (including the nonverbal parts) rewires itself toward healing.
I don’t know. Because I don’t know you. EMDR has been shown to be effective for many people with a variety of disorders and mental health conditions, including trauma, anxiety, depression, addictions and more.
Tons of research shows that EMDR is effective. While initial research focused on trauma, hundreds of studies show the effectiveness of EMDR for treatment of depression, anxiety, addictions and even peak performance and bereavement.
Like any other therapy, you have to make sure that you feel safe and connected with your therapist. EMDR therapists have different sub-specialities and you may want to interview at least 2 or 3 therapists before you start.