EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy)

If you suffer from traumatic memories or other overwhelming life experiences, reach out to us today. 

Woman making a heart with her hands to represent the effectiveness of EMDR therapy to help heal trauma and PTSD

What is EMDR therapy?

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) is specifically developed to reduce the negative impact of traumatic memories.  

EMDR has been researched extensively and has proven to be effective for the treatment of PTSD, trauma, panic attacks, anxiety, eating disorders, and many other distresses.

EMDR can treat many types of mental distress and may produce faster results than traditional talk therapy. 

What issues does EMDR address?

If you suffer from any of these challenges, EMDR may help.

  • PTSD
  • Panic attacks
  • Complicated Grief
  • Dissociation & Dissociative
  • Disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • Phobias
  • Pain Disorders
  • Performance Anxiety
  • Substance Abuse & Addictions
  • Stress Reduction
  • Sexual and Physical Abuse
  • Body Dysmorphic Disorders
  • Personality Disorders

EMDR therapy shows that the mind can in fact heal from psychological trauma, just as much as the body recovers from physical trauma. ADBTA’s expert clinicians will help determine if EMDR is the right solution for you. 

What makes EMDR therapy unique?

The goal of EMDR is to help you process difficult information and experiences in a different way. Each session aims to impart you with positive emotions, deeper understanding, and a healthier outlook, supporting your journey towards healing and growth.

All of our EMDR clinicians are trained under a certified EMDRIA-approved program.

Our counselors will help you heal and address any negative reactions to your environment that are affecting your life.

How does EMDR therapy work?

EMDR therapy targets three different areas: past memories, present disturbance, and future actions, reducing your emotional reaction to trauma. Once you’ve become more desensitized to the trigger(s), your ADBTA therapist will guide you through the reprocessing of your memories, helping you to heal.

When you first meet with your ADBTA mental health clinician, they will conduct an assessment. They will work with you to develop a therapeutic plan and work closely with you to help you meet your mental health goals.

What To Expect in EMDR Therapy?

A 90-minute intake assessment is conducted by our EMDR-trained therapists.  During this time, the clinician will assess your history, needs, and goals in order to identify the best course of treatment for you. You will learn more about EMDR and what to expect so that you can determine if EMDR is a fit for you.

The initial intake assessment fee is $150. 

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