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EMDR and How Therapy Can Help

Are you tired of living with the constant weight of past traumas? Do you find yourself struggling with symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, or depression? If so, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) may be the transformative therapy you've been searching for.

EMDR is a proven method that has helped countless individuals find relief from the emotional burden of their past. Through adaptive information processing, EMDR works to rewire the brain and release memories that have been stored incorrectly. These "misfiled" memories often manifest as nightmares, intrusive thoughts, panic attacks, and flashbacks.

Veronica utilizes tappers to administer alternating bilateral stimulation to the brain. This technique allows her to access implicit and episodic memories, including trauma, which can lead to maladaptive behavior. By targeting these memories and processing them in a safe and supportive environment, Veronica helps clients find healing and growth.

It's important to note that EMDR therapy can have varying effects on memory. Some individuals may experience sharper memory, while others may notice a fuzzier recollection. If you are involved in a legal case and need to testify, please inform Veronica so she can tailor the therapy accordingly. Additionally, if you have any medical conditions such as cancer, ocular issues, asthma, pregnancy, or a heart condition, it's crucial to inform your medical team about your participation in EMDR therapy and continue with your medical care.

During the course of therapy, it's possible for distressing unresolved memories to surface. However, this is a natural part of the EMDR process, and Veronica will guide you through it with compassion and expertise. It's also important to remember that the processing of memories and incidents may continue to surface after therapy sessions, appearing in dreams, flashbacks, and emotions.

For optimal results, we recommend scheduling a 90-100 minute session to fully engage in the transformative experience of EMDR therapy. To learn more about booking this length of a session and to take the first step towards a brighter future, reach out to our office at or call 561-903-TALK (8255).

Don't let your past define your present. Take control of your mental health and embark on a journey towards healing with EMDR therapy. Veronica is here to guide you every step of the way.

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