EMDR is a trauma therapy, developed in the 1980’s. There is a wealth of research demonstrating its benefits for a wide range of traumatic experiences including war trauma, childhood neglect and abuse and road traffic incidents. More recently, EMDR has been shown to help people with depression, anxiety, bereavement and phobias.
How does EMDR work?
EMDR utilizes the body’s natural healing ability, allowing the brain to heal psychological problems just as the body naturally heals itself physically. By activating the brain’s information processing system, the effects of distressing memories may be reduced.
With 15 years’ experience working with supervisees from a variety of theoretical backgrounds, I see individuals and small groups (max 4), for monthly supervision. I also offer EMDR Supervision for those working towards EMDR Practitioner and Consultant Accreditation.
Session Times I offer appointments on:
Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays
Between 8.30am and 4.30pm. A session usually lasts for 50 minutes.