Effective EMDR Therapy
- Are you stressed and irritable?
- Overwhelmed with worry and fear about your life?
- Have you tried to solve these issues with traditional talk therapy but not been successful?
Often people want to try EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) because they have found that more traditional therapies haven’t been productive in helping them overcome their fears and depression. With EMDR we can identify and work toward changing limiting beliefs that keep you stuck.
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What is EMDR?
EMDR is a remarkably effective therapy approach used to overcome the emotionally painful effects of trauma and a wide range of other emotional conditions. EMDR integrates many of the successful elements of a range of therapeutic approaches that helps people to make lasting changes to overcome the impact of trauma. It has been extensively researched, and in 2004 the Dept. of Veteran’s Affairs and Department of Defense determined that it was an effective treatment for trauma.
Originally skeptical of the effectiveness of EMDR, I was invited to observe a session by a colleague and was inspired by the results of this therapy. Excited by that experience, I went on to become EMDR trained and certified in order to help my clients overcome the disturbing and upsetting events in their lives. Many have experienced relief from symptoms and have seen dramatic improvements in the quality of their lives. While EMDR has proven particularly effective for the treatment of trauma, it has been used successfully to help people overcome other challenges as well.
If you’re unsure whether EMDR would benefit you, please call me at (818) 681-6627 for a free 15 minute phone consultation and we can discuss whether EMDR would be a good fit for you.
How EMDR has helped my clients
Here are two of my client’s stories (told with their permission) of how EMDR was effective in their lives:
Additional information regarding EMDR
- This brief interview of two New York city clinicians provides an excellent overview of how incorporating EMDR into traditional therapy can significantly reduce the time it takes to identify core issues.
John Dzwonar and Susan Friedberg discuss EMDR.
- Examples of how EMDR is used to treat trauma
- Articles on EMDR
- Research Studies on EMDR
- EMDR Therapy used to treat trauma after Arizona firefighter tragedy
Call for a free 15 minute phone consultation
Call me at (818) 681-6627 or email email@example.com and we can discuss what your needs are. The initial 15 minute phone consultation is free of charge.
In Los Angeles, EMDR Therapy for the effective treatment of anxiety, trauma, panic attacks.