Adolescent & Young Adult Transition • Anxiety • Attachment Disorder • Child Custody & Alienation • Depression • EMDR • Enmeshment • Family Conflict • Grief • Infidelity • Life Coaching • Life Transitions • Medication Referrals • Pre-Marital Counseling • Sand Tray Therapy • Self Esteem • Self-Harm • Spirituality • Stress • Suicide Ideation • Trauma
EMDR can bring back the memory of trauma using present-oriented, modified information, allowing a client to process it in a functional and positive way. EMDR can relieve the apprehension connected to the distressing experience, permitting the initial episode to be studied from a detached viewpoint. This can lead to unexpected emotional and behavioral life changes. It is common that most therapy practices focus on talking/playing out conflicts — this technique operates from the left side of the brain. Traumatic events are actually stored in the right side of the brain. EMDR has shown to be extremely effective with research analyses showing remarkable results. I approach my work with others from a trauma-informed perspective and work with individuals, families, and couples.