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In the realm of high achievers and busy professionals seeking to overcome barriers to their success, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy stands as a beacon of transformative potential. This innovative psychotherapy technique doesn't just address surface-level challenges; it delves deep into the core of negative beliefs that have long hindered progress. By utilizing eye movements and bilateral stimulation, EMDR effectively rewires the neural pathways of the brain, dismantling the stronghold of these detrimental beliefs. It's not about erasing memories but rather about neutralizing their power over your psyche.


As high achievers juggle demanding careers and navigate the complexities of life, EMDR offers a path to liberation from the shackles of past traumas and self-limiting beliefs. By confronting and processing these memories, individuals can experience a profound shift in how they perceive themselves and their capabilities, paving the way for lasting healing and growth.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an integrative psychotherapy approach that helps a person process negative feelings and changes how traumatic memory is stored, how it is felt in the body, and how it affects our day-to-day.  EMDR is a structured therapy that encourages the patient to focus briefly on the trauma memory while simultaneously experiencing bilateral stimulation (typically eye movements), which is associated with a reduction in the vividness and emotion associated with the trauma memories. 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an extensively researched, effective psychotherapy method proven to help people recover from trauma and PTSD symptoms. Ongoing research supports positive clinical outcomes, showing EMDR therapy as a remarkable treatment for disorders such as anxiety, PTSD, Identity Based Trauma ®, depression, OCD, chronic pain, and other distressing life experiences. If you are tired of "coping" with your thoughts and symptoms and are interested in reprocessing and releasing them, get in touch with us.

To learn more about EMDR Therapy, watch the following video by the EMDR International Association (EMDRIA) explaining what EMDR is:

Watch this video on who is a good candidate for EMDR - Animation to explain EMDR Therapy and Trauma to Adults. ( or visit the EMDRIA website at


NY Times article: ‘One Foot in the Present, One Foot in the Past:’ Understanding E.M.D.R.

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