EMDR – Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
What is EMDR? Specifically, EMDR refers to a method of trauma treatment that employs a body-based technique called bilateral simulation. During a session, a therapist will guide their client through eye movements, audible tones, or tapping in order to move a memory that has been incorrectly stored in the brain.
What Is An EMDR Session Like?
In this video, you can watch master EMDR clinician and trainer Dr. Jamie Marich work with a single incident trauma case using Phases 1-8 of the standard EMDR therapy protocol. Please note, EMDR is an adaptable method of treatment and your clinician may choose to vary certain segments, depending on their client’s needs.