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Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR)

Helping those who suffer from traumatic or significant negative events
to overcome the power of their past

Our counselors have counseled many people who have experienced a traumatic event or significant negative event that resulted in having difficulty coping, depression, hopelessness, despair, and emotionally feeling stuck to move forward.

We often don’t realize just how much our past affects our present. The brain stores troubling memories, including all the scents, sounds, emotions and body sensations. If traumatic memories are not fully processed, they get stored too close to the emotional center of the brain, negatively affecting our present lives. Unfortunately, Post- Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) affects more than just veterans.


The good news is that the brain is able to heal itself through a specialized therapy called EMDR which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. EMDR shifts traumatic memories to a part of the brain where they no longer have the power to cause problems in daily life. Once free from painful thoughts and feelings related to our past, we are then able to envision a better future and are empowered to live out a healthier and a more balanced life.

"My EMDR therapy sessions with Brett have reduced my trauma symptoms tremendously and helped me live a stronger,

happier life. I would recommend EMDR to anyone that needs help getting through a tough

life situation or past issues, this stuff really works!" ~MW

Bret incorporates the use of an EMDR Light & Sound Bar in this specialized treatment

There are many traumatic and negative events that could cause suffering. The following are just a few of the most typical that require help in coping:

Taking steps toward wholeness

and balanced living is necessary

for enjoyment and fulfillment in life

  • Abandonment Issues

  • Abuse Victimization

  • Assault

  • Auto Accidents

  • Childhood Trauma

  • Injury

  • Loss of Loved Ones

  • Military Combat

  • Phantom Pain

  • Psychological Trauma

  • PTSD

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