EMDR integrates the best of the most effective therapeutic models, including Dynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive-Behavioral Psychotherapy, Exposure Therapy, and Body-Focused Psychotherapy. Many view it as the quintessential Mind-Body Psychotherapy.

EMDR is a powerful adjunct Mind-Body therapy that is typically used as part of a comprehensive treatment plan. It is a neurological therapy employing enhanced bilateral brain activation to facilitate the resolution of psychological trauma, phobias, and personal and professional performance issues. Activation is achieved through utilization of three different modalities: visual, auditory, and tactile. The process reframes events resulting in the client developing a new adaptation to the experience previously held as limiting or traumatic.

EMDR and Personal/Professional Performance

Many of us have unresolved issues which hold us back in our work and relationships. Issues such as fears of success, failure, incompetence, and of being less than perfect all may hamper our level of personal and professional satisfaction and success. Performance EMDR clients include business leaders, athletes, actors, and others professionals wanting to move through specific obstacles that are blocking their success.