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“One day he told me that he’d spent his adulthood trying to let go of his past, and he remarked how ironic it was that he had to get closer to it
in order to let it go.”
~Bessel A. van der Kolk
The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma
EMDR is highly effective in treating trauma. What comes to mind when you read the word trauma?
You might have thought about war veterans, natural disasters, acts of mass violence or anything else that would make the evening news.
Trauma, however, can be much less obvious…but no less painful. Persistent unmet needs from friends or family can be traumatic. Chronic stressors can be traumatic.
- You may be wondering why you’re reacting the way you are at work or at home.
- You may feel like you’re never able to relax.
- You may have physical pain that doesn’t have a medical explanation.
Old memories don’t have to haunt you forever but you do have to get closer to them in order to let them go.
My clients were pretty certain they were never going to be at peace. The hopelessness was overshadowing any good things in their life. After EMDR, they are feeling more present and peaceful in their bodies. You deserve that too.
Healing and moving forward is not out of your reach.
If you want your past to remain in the past, I’d love to help you get there.
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