Trauma Clinic: EMDR

What is it?

EMDR is an effective form of psychotherapy by supporting individuals in recovering from current distressing symptoms from traumatic memories by using bilateral stimulation (eye movements).


EMDR targets past experiences, decreases current distressing symptoms, increases self-esteem, and minimizes any current and future triggers. It helps to process information and release emotional experiences that are trapped in the nervous system throughout eight phases of the treatment.

What Areas does it Support?

Anxiety, depression, panic attacks, sexual/physical assaults, grief and loss, addictions, anger, phobias, sleep problems, traumatic memories, PTSD, low self-esteem, trust issues.