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EMDR

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It is a form of therapy that supports people in healing from trauma or other distressing life experiences. If the therapist and the client agree that EMDR therapy would be useful to try out, and begin to work together, the client will be asked to focus on a specific event. Attention will be given to a distressing image, while the therapist will help generate one of several types of bilateral sensory input, such as side-to-side eye movements, sounds, or hand tapping. The client will be guided to notice what comes to mind after each set. They may experience changes in images, feelings, or beliefs regarding the event, and the sets of eye movements, sounds, or taps are repeated until the event becomes less disturbing.

Therapists for EMDR

Aleksandra Pieluzek

Psychologist in Berlin

I am a fully accredited psychologist offering a compassionate and confidential environment.

Offers Online Sessions

Vera Fleischer

CA Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist in Cologne

As a therapist working with shame, self-esteem and the inner critic, I like to focus on making good use of the choices that are available to you.

Offers Online Sessions

Stefano Massa

Psychoanalyst in Leipzig

I follow the Jungian analysis method and I use EMDR for anxiety, depression, PTSD and psycho-somatic symptoms.

Offers Online Sessions

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