Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

What is EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)?

What does EDMR involve?

A 60-minute initial assessment will seek to get a history of your mental health and experiences with trauma plus a full explanation of EMDR. From there the number of EMDR sessions you will need depends on the type of problem you have, your circumstances and your progress. EMDR tends to work quickly and can have positive, long-term effects upon a wellbeing. EMDR sessions can be emotionally and physically tiring, powerful and the processing of memories is likely to continue during the day. It is suggested that you remain mindful of this when booking an appointment for EMDR. Weekly sessions are an important process in the delivery of EMDR.

Prices and booking

When is Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing used?

Now recognised by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) and the World Health Organization as a treatment of choice for post-traumatic stress disorder.

PTSD is not only linked to combat, it can be suffered by those who have experienced any type of trauma, for example abuse, an accident, witnessing a traumatic scene, experiencing an event which has left you with feeling of terror, historical nightmares. Until recently, these conditions were difficult and time-consuming to treat. EMDR is considered a breakthrough therapy because of its simplicity and the fact that it can bring quick and lasting relief for most types of emotional distress.

Cancellation policy

For a full refund, I request at least 48 hours’ notice if you need to cancel your appointment. Where 48 hours or more notice has been given, your session fee will be refunded less a cancellation fee of £5.00. Where less than 48 hours’ notice is given, the session will be charged in full.

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