EMDR

EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing) is a psychotherapy treatment originally designed to alleviate stress associated with traumatic memories but is now used to treat a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, panic attacks, substance abuse and eating disorders. EMDR therapy appears to enable people to heal from symptoms because of its direct effect on the way the brain processes information. Following a successful EMDR session with a therapist, a person no longer relives the feelings, images and sounds when the event comes to mind. You can still remember what happened, but it has less power and is less disturbing.

Local Experts in EMDR

Christina Jensen

Individual Therapy

I began EMDR training in 2014 in order to expand my ability to address Trauma. I spent two years post-training receiving supervision to become certified. I am currently certified and a full EMDRIA (EMDR International Association) member. I find this helpful for a number of issues; I utilize this therapeutic method daily and feel confident in its ability to heal through re-wiring the brain.

Allison Johandon

Individual Therapy

EMDR is a really different and cool therapy in which the therapist leads in you remembering a past event which is still impacting you. You then utilize eye movement or tapping to reprocess this memory so that the present day impact is reduced or illiminate You are concious throughout the expereience and teh therapist will assist you if you do not know the memory or how to pull it up.

Jamie Gandolph

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a researched based integrative therapy used to treat trauma. EMDR helps people heal from the impact of traumatic life events and distressing experiences including but not limited to rape, sexual abuse, violence, grief, panic, anxiety, life transitions, as well as, can help with grief, anxiety, and much more.

Brionna Murray

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy

EMDR is effective in helping people process emotionally painful experiences. Long-term results of EMDR affects overall well-being so responses can return to normalcy and health. If you are seeking a peaceful resolution to painful events or to release unhealthy coping strategies, then EMDR therapy may be for you.

Elinor Nygren Szapiro

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy

People often find they’ve ‘processed’ an issue for years but still feel ‘caught’ in old patterns.This is because they haven’t fully cleared the underlying source of their difficulties. EMDR can help clear these painful emotions, behavior patterns and reactive triggers. It works by gently releasing the pain, trauma and symptoms at their source-where they are lodged, in the deep limbic brain.

Brittni Fudge

Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

EMDR, which stands for eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, is the most research-validated technique for trauma, and also works with many other conditions such as birth trauma, relational trauma, depression, anxiety, and addiction. \n

Erica Johnson

Individual Therapy

Eye Movement and Desensitization and Reprocessing is an evidence based therapeutic approach that has been shown to help individuals reprocess past negative experiences, trauma, and any maladaptive behavior to a more adaptive behavior so they can begin to experience life without flashbacks, nightmares, or negative thought patterns that are currently holding them back.

Carly Boeselt

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy

EMDR can be used for both big-T and little-T traumas. I have used EMDR to help client's heal through bullying, sexual abuse, physical abuse, relationship struggles, chronic pain, anxiety, and more.

Cadence Chiasson

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

I am certified in EMDR and have used it with clients from issues ranging from social anxiety to sexual assault.

Lauren Northrup

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is an interactive psychotherapy technique used to relieve psychological stress. During an EMDR therapy session, we will work to desensitizes and reintegrate traumatic or triggering experiences in brief doses with bilateral dual stimulation. EMDR is an evidence-based practice proven to resolve PTSD and symptoms related to trauma exposure

Carrie McCrudden

Individual Therapy

EMDR is an evidence based treatment (meaning: research shows us that it really works!) used to treat anxiety and trauma. EMDR tends to be a shorter term treatment, typically 5-10 sessions total.

Jennifer Kilgo

Individual Therapy

WE LOVE EMDR at Root Counseling, and we use it a lot. EMDR is incredibly effective at helping us put our past where it belongs - in our past - so we can be freed to live fully in our present. In our experience, it also brings relief and incredible progress for our beloved clients MUCH faster than traditional talk therapy, and we love getting great results for our clients as quickly as possible!

Laura Brassie

Individual Therapy

I have been EMDR trained through EMDR Center of the Rockies and am currently working on my EMDR certification.

Rebecca Frank

Individual Therapy, Family Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Group Therapy

EMDR has been a proven therapy model to help people process through the traumatic memories that tend to run their life. EMDR helps take a traumatic memory and the symptoms that are related to the event and helps process the event as a memory rather than something that is repeatedly happening.

Teresa Crossland

Individual Therapy

I have been trained to use EMDR for a variety of issues.

Julie Reichenberger

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

I provide EMDR for clients experiencing, not just trauma, but also, low self esteem, anxiety, ADHD, depression and many other struggles. For those who have engaged in EMDR therapy, they say it's hard work, and very worth it in the end.

Melanie Smithson

Group Therapy, Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

I have been using EMDR and DNMS (developmental needs meeting strategy, a combo of EMDR and ego-state work) for many, many years with great success.

Carolyn Duhn

Individual Therapy

EMDR is an amazing way to connect the head and the heart. We often times 'get over' things mentally but our bodies and hearts haven't caught up yet. We might have panic attacks, unhelpful relationship patterns, negative ways of talking to ourselves and overwhelming emotions that point to the unfinished business of the past that EMDR can help to heal.

Evelyn Barton

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy, Group Therapy

To treat trauma issues, I use EMDR or EFT, depending on what the client responds to most.

Courtneyrose Chung

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy, Individual Therapy

Trained in 2016.

Sarah Freeze

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

EMDR is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are a result of disturbing life experiences. One aspect of EMDR therapy is that you do not have to talk in detail about a trauma for it to be digested by your own information processing system in the brain. I will work with you to support your brain's own healing mechanisms!

Rachel Firneno

Individual Therapy

Trained in EMDR by an EMDRIA approved training program. Member of EMDRIA

Arianna Smith

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy

I offer EMDR to clients who may need help getting past traumatic events or feel ‘stuck’ in therapy or their ways of coping. EMDR is a scientifically-proven type of psychotherapy that is targeted to help people heal from emotional distress, trauma, and other difficult life events. I have advanced training in Attachment-Focused EMDR, which is ideal for people who have experienced childhood abuse.

Meghan Rich

Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Individual Therapy

EMDR therapy is a comprehensive approach used to address adverse life experiences and negative self-beliefs that contribute to problems in daily living. Its focus is on the physiological storage of memory and how it informs experience. Change is understood as the byproduct of reprocessing due to the alteration of memory storage ad the linkage to adaptive memory networks.

Joanna Ford

Individual Therapy

Our bodies can store memories that we may not remember. These type of memories can stay with us and connect to current experiences. EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing can assist individuals by decreasing some of the pain that is attached to some memories.

Erica Faulhaber

Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Group Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapy more and more people are requesting. I took my training through an EMDRIA (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing International Association) which is the governing board to ensure clinicians are doing the therapy correctly and staying true to following the structure in which it was created for.

Maire Daugharty

Couples Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy

A trauma focused approach which explores memory networks in a more free association format. S

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