EMDR allows resolution of recurring issues.
the emdr technique
EMDR began as a clinical technique to help clients reprocess major traumatic experiences, and is now the most commonly researched and effective method for resolving trauma.
EMDR works by allowing the brain to process and resolve issues that were previously “stuck." It is similar to the process of consolidation of emotional learning that takes place during REM sleep.
EMDR treats issues related to traumatic events and unprocessed early experiences much more quickly and effectively than traditional methods.
EMDR is a powerful technique to help people to work through long-term patterns resulting from trauma, such as the need for control and order, anxiety, physiological responses, low self-esteem, relationship challenges, and performance difficulties.
More than other techniques, EMDR allows clients to retain some areas they feel are just too private to discuss with a therapist, while at the same time resolving issues that led them to seek therapy in the first place.
Jacki has completed specialized training and is certified in the EMDR technique for treating depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and trauma, as well as for performance enhancement.