Need Help with the following?



Anxiety / Stress

Anxiety Disorders



Bed wetting

Bullied or Harassed

Bulimia Nervosa


Childhood issues & experiences?

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome



Eating Disorders


Emotional Issues; Grief, Sadness, Anger, Frustration

Fears of flying, public speaking, spiders etc.


Irritable Bowel syndrome

Panic Attacks


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder



Trauma & Abuse?

Unwanted habits

How does EMDR work?

Many psychological problems originate in trauma or other painful memories, such as assault, sexual assault, child abuse, and so forth. When trauma remains unresolved, it can lead to a variety of distressing symptoms, including panic attacks, anxiety, stress, and more. These can all have a very serious impact on your psychological health and your quality of life.

EMDR was originally developed to treat people suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). It can also treat a range of issues that originate in trauma or stress.

What can EMDR Help

This is a proven technique to treat a wide range of psychological disorders, particularly related to;

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Anxiety Disorders


Weight Loss

Low Self-Esteem

How is EMDR carried out

This is done by tackling a neurological feature of stress; using rapid eye movements similar to the eye movements which occur while people are dreaming during REM sleep.

During this process , by focusing on bringing these rapid eye movements about during waking hours, we can “tap in” to the neurological pathways that formed around the cause of distress, and will help train your brain to react differently to these painful memories. While eye movements are most commonly used, tapping or sounds can also be used and work in the same way. Over time, you will experience a reduction in distress when you think about the difficult or traumatic memory.

Who is EMDR Therapy is suitable for?

TEMDR therapy is suitable for all ages and can bring relief from a wide range of acute and chronic conditions.


My clients have been kind enough to share their experiences with you.

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