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  • Writer's pictureAndrew McKenzie

Understanding EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy)

Updated: Apr 18, 2022

Re-forging the broken links of our life experiences, to re-understand how we can build both resilience and love for ourselves.

Our current life experiences which are embedded in the world, our relationships, and ourselves, are filtered through lenses of complex multi-sensory memories, stemming back to the earliest experiences of our lives, and further. As these lenses filter every experience we have in all parts of our lives, the complex chains of memories which they are comprised of, can be, at times, linked together in ways which cause us difficulties in various ways, in what we are currently experiencing. Some of these links can be clear to see and understand, yet others remain far more hidden in how they impact us. EMDR therapy, which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, uses bi-lateral stimulation (usually through eye movements, tapping, or auditory stimulation) to reorient clients' attention as they bring distressing thoughts to mind. This evidence-based therapy can have dramatically effective results for clients, as it efficiently and effectively re-shapes how our memories and present experiences impact our current mental functioning.

EMDR Therapy is highly effective in creating lasting change for clients, around these current challenges such as PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, and much more.

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