What is EMDR?
With EMDR both sides of the brain are stimulated at the same time, either by eye movement, tapping alternate legs or palms or using buzzers to help clients process these traumas. Kerry leaves the choice of which stimulation up to the client. Kerry guides the client through the process to help clients process their unwanted traumas.
Since it's origins working with PTSD, EMDR has evolved and has been shown to be effective working through many issues for clients, including bereavement, addictions, unwanted behaviours, recent traumas to name a few.
does it work?
I have worked with several clients to process unwanted traumas and whilst I not going to even understand the details of what is going on in the brain, I have seen clients come in suffering with flashbacks, after one session leave having processed he memory so that it becomes a memory, not a trauma.
So I have experienced the power of EMDR personally and also seen how much it can help my clients as part of our on going work together. I have also delivered it on zoom remotely.
To find out more about this exciting method of dealing with trauma and other conditions please contact Kerry