EMDR

Are You Ready to See How EMDR IS Right For You?

Keep reading to find out more or click below to chat with me about how EMDR may work for you.

The #1 thing clients tell me after they have a few successful EMDR sessions is:

“Wow, why don’t more people know about this”

I couldn’t agree more.

While EMDR can be used to treat conditions such as PTSD, Complex PTSD (often involving prolonged developmental and attachment trauma), and panic disorders, it is also wonderfully able to help with depression, anxiety, body image issues, self-esteem, professional goals, and so much more.

Here are just a handful of the ways EMDR can be used to help you achieve the life you want.

EMDR for Professionals

So many professionals suffer from “Imposter Syndrome” which has them feeling not “good enough” to take the next step in their career, make a big professional move, or even speak up in meetings. If this sounds familiar, read on.

EMDR for Self-Confidence

Whether you think you’re not enough, incapable, too “ugly”, too “weird” or whatever negative belief it may be, EMDR can help you gain the self-confidence you need to start knowing your worth and stop holding yourself back.

EMDR for Body Image & Eating Disorders

EMDR can be used to treat the underlying beliefs that cause us to not feel okay with our bodies and to reduce or eliminate eating disordered behaviors. It’s time that you feel comfortable in your own skin.

EMDR for Love & Relationships

Whether you’re single, dating, or married–if you want a healthy, loving relationship, but something always keeps getting in the way, EMDR may help.

EMDR for MoMs

Being a mom can be super stressful leading to anxiety, depression, or even reliving your own trauma through the lens of your child. EMDR can help clear the noise so you can focus on what matters most.

EMDR For LGBTQ+

LGBTQ+ folx deserve an inclusive space to explore their lived experiences without feeling judged or as if something is “wrong” with them. Explore how LGBTQ+ affirming EMDR can help.

EMDR for Men

For male-identifying individuals, therapy may seem taboo or uncomfortable. Maybe you’ve been told “men don’t cry” or that strength means never being vulnerable. It doesn’t have to be that way though. You deserve relief too.

EMDR for The NeuroDiverse

Sometimes it can be a struggle finding a therapy or therapist that works for you if you’re neurodiverse (e.g. gifted, ADHD, autism). As a neurodiverse therapist, I want you to know there is hope. Learn about how EMDR can be tailored to you.