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How does EMDR therapy affect the brain?

Our brains have an amazing capacity of recovering from traumatic memories. Communication between the amygdala, hippocampus, and prefrontal cortex can help you handle traumatic thoughts.  The  “amygdala” creates an alarm signal during stressful events. The...

How EMDR therapy can help you with depression issues?

In many cases, people who suffer from trauma will often experience depression because the two go hand-in-hand. When someone lives with trauma for a long period of time, it is easy to get depressed.  The symptoms of depression include a lack of pleasure from favorite...

Benefits of online EMDR therapy for anxiety and PTSD

The central benefit of EMDR is that people are able to overcome their past. The best part of online EMDR therapy is that you can treat your symptoms while staying at home. Due to COVID, many people are choosing to reach out to their therapists through an online...

EMDR Remote Interview

Rotem Brayer is dedicated to educating the public on the advances in the EMDR field. His goal is to interview experts in the field who are advancing EMDR so that we can all benefit from each others work. In my interview with Rotem, we talked about how EMDR Remote...

Is Online EMDR Therapy For Anxiety Effective?

Online EMDR therapy can help people in the treatment of various disorders, such as PTSD, anxiety, phobias, trauma, and depression. This eye-movement therapy is very helpful in re-setting the old negative memories so they are no longer road blocks in your life.  Online...

Why You Should Attend an EMDR Virtual Training Seminar?

If you are a therapist who works with anxiety, PTSD or depression, you are probably hearing colleagues talking about EMDR.  EMDR is a psychotherapy treatment that helps you in recovering from phobias, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and PTSD. The therapy includes 8...

Why Use EMDR Remote’s HIPAA Compliant Video Service?

Many therapists are preferring EMDR via online platforms because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situations. Moreover, in recent times, telehealth usage has been increased and EMDR International Association has been examining the technical, ethical, and safety...

What Is EMDR?

EMDR stands for: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. EMDR was developed by Francine Shapiro. While walking in a park one day, Francine Shapiro had been struggling with upsetting thoughts when she noticed those upsetting thoughts just went away all of the...

Why EMDR Remote Works Even If You’re Not Tech Savvy

EMDR Remote was designed specifically so that the therapist and their client can focus on therapy and not have to worry about technology. COVID has forced a lot of us to step out of our comfort zone and use technology for things we have never been motivated to learn...