Get Past Your Past
You don't have to settle for just 'managing' your symptoms any longer, as with some other treatments you may have tried.
EMDR involves one of the latest concepts in neuroscience known as 'memory reconsolidation', which basically refers to changing the way a memory is stored in your brain.
So regardless of your issue, EMDR can 'rewire' your brain so your undesirable thoughts, feelings and behaviours become a thing of the past, for good!
Did You Know?
EMDR Therapy is recognised by a number of leading health and government agencies around the world such as:
World Health Organization
The International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
National Health and Medical Research Council
American Psychiatric Association
US Department of Veterans Affairs Department of Defense
Israel National Council for Mental Health
Northern Ireland Department of Health
What is EMDR
EMDR is a revolutionary therapy that harnesses the natural ability of the brain to heal itself from emotional trauma. EMDR has been shown to be an effective therapy for issues such as Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression, Anxiety, Addictions, Grief and Phobias.
Specifically, it uses a natural function of the body, rapid eye movement (or REM), as its basis for processing and correcting dysfunctional thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
The EMDR Clinic is a psychology practice in Caulfield (Melbourne, Australia) focused on providing you with high-quality and affordable EMDR therapy for recent and childhood trauma (including PTSD), as well as chronic issues such as depression, anxiety, anger, phobias and addictions.
Weekend appointments can be arranged if needed. Feel free to contact us if you have any queries or would like to find out how EMDR can help with your specific issue.
The single most important health study you have never heard of!
The results of a landmark study (involving over 17,000 patients in USA) is making waves through the international medical community. What it found were dramatic links between adverse childhood experiences (aka childhood trauma) and later life health and wellbeing.
The statistics reported might shock you..