EMDR Therapy & Consultation

What is EMDR?

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an eight-stage psychotherapy practice for processing trauma. Our brains heal naturally from injury, just like other parts of the body. Distressing events can get stuck in our nervous system, and we may need support to metabolize the memory, and activate the natural healing process.

Stuck trauma can feel like one is reliving the past, and needs to remain on guard constantly. Others might be overwhelmed by negative beliefs about themselves related to past experiences, thinking “I know it wasn't my fault, but I still feel like it's my fault.” In my work as an EMDR therapist, I have witnessed people's ability to shift their relationship to trauma, change beliefs about themselves, and move out of a fight/flight/freeze response.

EMDR can be effectively offered through in person and telehealth services.

What does it mean to be EMDR Certified?

EMDR Certified Therapist

All therapists offering EMDR treatment must complete at least fifty hours of basic training, comprised of lectures, clinical sessions, and consultation.

To receive EMDR Certification, I participated in additional EMDR training: twenty hours of clinical consultation, and completed more than fifty EMDR sessions with more than twenty-five unique clients.

EMDR Consultation for Professionals

As a Consultant In Training, I am available to offer consultation to EMDR trained therapists who are wishing to complete basic training or to obtain EMDR Certification status.

Consultation rates:

Contact me for more information.