Get over Trauma through EMDR Therapy

EMDR Therapy, bi-alternate sensory stimulation therapy

What is EMDR Therapy EMDR, “Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing,” is a therapy that helps people get over traumatic events. It treats post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other mental health problems like anxiety and depression. Francine Shapiro made EMDR for the first time in the 1980s. Bilateral stimulation is used in the therapy. Eye movements,…

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What is EMDR Therapy for PTSD

EMDR Therapy, sensory stimulation therapy

EMDR Therapy, or Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), is a novel, evidence-based, and effective psychotherapy for a wide range of pathological situations, including but not limited to addictions; somatoform disorders; sexual dysfunction; eating disorders; adult personality disorders; mood disorders; reactions to severe stress; anxiety disorders; performance anxiety; OCD; pain; neurodegenerative disorders; and childhood and…

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Remote EMDR, How Can it be Done at Home?

Remote EMDR - Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing acronym.

How can EMDR be done remotely at home? During the pandemic, many mental health care providers started offering online and telehealth services, like EMDR, to meet the increased demand for COVID-safe mental health care. Because of the pandemic, online therapy is becoming easier to use, and more people are getting the help they need to…

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The Role of Neurofeedback Training in Treating Covert Childhood Trauma and Adult PTSD

Neurofeedback Training in Treating PTSD. A soldier with PTSD

Neurofeedback Training in Treating PTSD. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a condition that occurs after a life-threatening traumatic event. Although post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is frequently associated with military personnel, veterans, police officers, emergency personnel, and people who have faced life-threatening situations, the disorder can be triggered by any overwhelming experience. Including years of emotional…

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Neurofeedback for PTSD

Neurofeedback for PTSD. Man Suffering from PTSD

Neurofeedback for PTSD, Your brain desperately wants to keep you safe after a traumatic experience, so it works extra hard. However, this continual hypervigilance has a cost. Trauma alters the biochemistry of your brain, affecting more than just your ideas. Because the parts of your brain that sense danger are always on the lookout, even…

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