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Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing 

#1 Treatment for Trauma, PTSD, and Unresolved Discomforts 

Your brain can be REWIRED.

What is EMDR?
Rewiring your brain.

Although EMDR therapies are primarily used to treat people suffering from trauma, it is being used for people struggling with a wide array of conditions, including:

  • Addictions

  • Anxiety

  • Bipolar disorder

  • Depression

  • Eating disorders

  • Grief and loss

  • Pain

  • Panic disorder

  • Personality disorders

  • Phobias

  • PTSD

  • Sleep disorders

Toy Brain

"It’s like it never happened to me. It’s like the EMDR put that experience in a place where it never happened. It’s like I used to look at a room filled with old stuff and now it’s all gone. Everything is organized and I can’t even remember what it was like before!”

—Esly Regina Carvalho

“With a better brain comes a better life”

– Daniel G. Amen, M.D.

Brain Scans
MRI Scans

"Whenever I treat someone with EMDR, I honestly get happy; Im happy because that patient has trusted me enough to try something outside of the box (to them), that is going to get them extraordinary results. The results experienced in EMDR supersedes the results in traditional therapy. We can accomplish so much more in a short amount of time using EMDR. EMDR is such a simple yet genius concept founded by Dr. Shapiro. When we go to sleep at night we go into REM (rapid eye movement) sleep, this is where we are most active; where we dream and process our day. This is why whenever we have just a bad day, we fall asleep and the next day feel much better. However when we have experienced a traumatic event, we wake up the next morning and feel the exact same (traumatized) because our brain and nervous system froze in the trauma and did not process the event. This is why you will hear others or yourself say, "It's as if it happened yesterday." What EMDR does, is we bring up the memory or event and while I tell you what to be thinking about,  using bilateral movement, we begin to process that event just like your brain naturally does in REM sleep, therefore you can put the memory in the past where it belongs versus carrying it with you on a daily basis as if it belongs in the present. This memory no longer belongs in the here and now, however your emotions are reacting to the past because it has not be processed. Your brain is not doing its job! I would recommend EMDR to anyone, including my friends and family members. It does what talk therapy can't!"

- Dr. Natalie Harvey

To learn more about

"What to expect" and the 8 phases of EMDR, click here:

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