Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing
Two faces at a close up. To show eyes as representation of eye movement desensitization reprocessing (EMDR).

EMDR therapy founded by Francine Shapiro in 1987 provides assistance and healing in multiple aspects.  TRUE provides you EMDR therapy in Utah County and EDMR has been empirically studied.  EMDR is effective with disorders like PTSD, depression, anxiety, and and more.  The beginning of EMDR originally begun with hopes to treat PTSD, trauma, in individuals whose symptoms got in their way of daily living.  As mentioned, EMDR can help with many different concerns or disorders.  TRUE therapy offers EMDR therapy in Utah; EMDR therapy in Utah County.

EMDR Therapy, Utah, How Does it Work?

Theoretically, the brain processes information at night during REM sleep.  During the night our brain files away experiences, but trauma appears to not be filed away appropriately during sleep on its own.  These memories float around in our unconscious causing psychological symptoms; in a way, our brains may be convinced the trauma is still happening.  EMDR therapy, Utah County, mimics REM sleep while you are still awake.   By activation of the right and the left sides of your brain with eye movement, tapping, or sound REM sleep begins while you are awake to reprocess experiences.  In this way TRUE provides EMDR therapy, in Utah, to help you with trauma, depression, anxiety, and more. EMDR therapy, in Utah County, provides you with help today for concerns like; attachment concerns to a spouse or with your children, deep feelings of sadness, feeling overwhelmed, feeling anxious, and more.

EMDR Therapy, Utah County, Can Help You

EMDR Therapy, Utah, first works to reduce and manage your stress with coping skills today.  A calm place works to help you think of a calm place and time, real or imaginary, to reduce stress in the moment.  There can be different utilization for EMDR therapy, in Utah, by TRUE because EMDR is more than just an intervention, it’s a therapy in itself. Visit our office for EMDR therapy in Utah County.