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Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)

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An evidence based therapy for trauma and more.

The mind has a natural capacity to heal. Using the scientific principals behind Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep, EMDR stimulates the brain so that it can process traumatic moments and reprocess it. This can support a client move from re-living their trauma, to simply remembering which often results in a reduction of symptoms such as flashbacks, anxiety, depression and more.

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Who can provide EMDR?

EMDR requires extensive training to implement. Basic training entails 50 hours of instruction and supervision from an EMDR International Association approved provider. This allows for the clinician to safely implement EMDR for clients.

Clinicians can further their training by attaining an additional 20 hours of supervision from an EMDR supervisor, allowing the clinician to be Certified by the EMDR International Association.

Farhana has completed her basic training and is completing her certification process with EMDRIA.