What is EMDR?
EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing, is a powerful psychotherapy technique employed selectively by certified practitioners at Logic Lounge Psychology. Developed by Francine Shapiro, EMDR incorporates bilateral stimulation, such as rhythmic eye movements, to aid in the reprocessing of trauma, anxiety, and distressing memories.
How does EMDR work?
At Logic Lounge Psychology, our certified EMDR practitioners guide clients through a structured eight-phase process. Utilizing bilateral stimulation techniques like eye movements, taps, or auditory tones, this therapy supports the adaptive transformation of traumatic memories within the brain.
Who can benefit from EMDR?
Selected practitioners at Logic Lounge Psychology offer EMDR therapy for specific cases, benefiting individuals such as:
- Trauma Survivors: Those who have undergone traumatic experiences, such as accidents or abuse, may find relief and healing through EMDR with our certified practitioners.
- Anxiety and Phobia Sufferers: EMDR can assist individuals dealing with anxiety disorders, phobias, and panic attacks by addressing underlying causes under the guidance of our certified practitioners.
- Distressing Memories: For individuals significantly affected by distressing memories or nightmares, our certified practitioners offer EMDR sessions to help reprocess and reduce the emotional intensity linked with these memories.
- Performance Anxiety: Logic Lounge Psychology’s certified practitioners use EMDR to help individuals reduce performance anxiety and enhance self-confidence in specific cases.