Breaking the chains of anxiety and trauma
I help people recover from emotional and psychological traumas. My clients have found that the troubling events, anxiety, or memories can change! I specialize in EMDR for the trauma and anxiety after a concussion or head injury. I do work with other trauma such as military, first responders/medical, fellow therapists, and motor vehicle accidents. EMDR is the most transformative therapy that I have learned in my career. I have witnessed deep changes in my clients after our work.
Every Journey Needs a Light
EMDR Therapy Intensives for Trauma – A Life-Changing Healing Experience
Skip the waitlist and focus on healing your trauma or difficult experience with our trauma EMDR intensive offering.
EMDR is a trauma therapy that assists your body understanding that the event that happened in your past is not happening right now. For many of my clients I’ve seen wonderful changes and healing from their trauma work. I’m also amazed by the insights, resources, and peace that comes out of the work.
EMDR is a powerful therapy for job performance, anxiety, and distressing relationships—not just trauma.
Get Clarity, Relief, and Peace Through EMDR Therapy Intensives
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Why EMDR Therapy?
EMDR or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy is a well-researched, evidence-based psychotherapy that has been proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences. It is endorsed by national groups like the American Psychological Association, the VA, and many more. As stated on EMDRIA’s website VA/DoD Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Post-Traumatic Stress. Washington, DC: Veterans Health Administration, Department of Veterans Affairs and Health Affairs, Department of Defense.
EMDR was given the highest recommendation level and placed in the category of three “trauma-focused psychotherapies with the strongest evidence from clinical trials.” This “A” category is described as “a strong recommendation that clinicians provide the intervention to eligible patients.” There is a lot of good evidence that the intervention improves important health outcomes, and it concludes that the benefits far outweigh the harm.”