EMDR Therapy

Find a Professional Therapist

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy, or EMDR, helps the mind recover from extreme emotional pain or trauma. It is based on the idea that the mind can heal just like any physical pain one may experience.

EMDR is an evidence-based practice with proven effectiveness for adults with a history of trauma and has a history of working with teens as well.


How does it work?

EMDR therapists train patients to think of positive imagery and stress reduction techniques when a traumatic memory comes to mind. They also train in eye movement exercises to desensitize negative thoughts.


Who can it help?

EMDR treats those who have undergone emotional distress or trauma, or who have PTSD. Many use EMDR counseling as treatment for depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and anxiety in both children and adults.


What are the benefits?

In case studies, some have shown that a very high percentage of trauma victims no longer had symptoms of PTSD after only three 90-minute sessions of EMDR.


What are the side effects?

Because of exposure to negative emotions associated with trauma, sometimes there can be a temporary increase in distress and anxiety. However, this is known to resolve itself overtime.

We want people to know that they can have better marriages, better relationships, a better view of themselves and the world around them. They can find balance, joy, and purpose.

Get Started

Family Innovations exists to serve people just like you. People on a journey. People who want the future to be better than the past. People who want to believe that the best is yet to come in their lives.
By beginning the process of counseling with one of our caring, qualified therapists, you are saying that you are ready for something better in your life. There are a couple different directions you can go from here:
You can call and talk to one of our intake specialists. They can help you find the right option for you.
You can complete a brief form that will prompt one of our intake specialists to call you.
Click Here
You can complete a New Client Registration Form that will register you as a new client and get the ball rolling.
Click Here