EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing)Moe2021-05-06T03:22:25+00:00
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) is an evidenced based psychological treatment that was first developed more than three decades ago. It has become a widely accepted ‘gold-standard’ treatment for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) as well as increasingly used because of its effectiveness in treating a wide variety of other psychological conditions such as:
sexual, physical or emotional trauma
body dysmorphic disorders
obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours
EMDR treatment helps you break through the emotional blocks that are keeping you from living an adaptive, emotionally healthy life. It uses rapid sets of eye movements (or other forms of bilateral brain stimulation such as alternating audio signals) to help you process disturbing experiences, much like what occurs when we sleep. This bilateral stimulation process helps you update your disturbing memories to be less emotive and therefore more adaptive. You will still be able to recall that an incident happened, but it no longer feels upsetting.
EMDR is an approved Medicare Focussed Psychological Therapy and is partly funded by Medicare rebates. Our practitioners at Croydon Psychology have specialised training in EMDR. To find out more, call our practice manager on 03 9723 3339.
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We understand it can be hard to take the initial step to address any mental health or relationship challenges, so our main priority is to provide an environment where you can be confident you feel heard, understood and supported.
If you’d like to book an initial appointment, please call our practice manager on 03-9723 3339 or send us an email using this form and we will be in touch shortly.