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EMDR Therapy

A Therapeutic Approach to Address Traumatic Experiences

EMDR therapy to support you in managing psychological stress due to past traumatic events.

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Signs and symptoms

Are You Experiencing These Symptoms?

EMDR therapy is a form of psychotherapy that helps people cope with mental and physical symptoms emanating from traumatic experiences.
  • PTSD

  • Panic Attacks

  • Depression

  • Heightened Emotions

  • Increase in Distressing Memories

  • Issues Sleeping

  • Chronic Pain

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During the first phase of EMDR, the therapist reviews the client's history to determine the current situation and plan the treatment accordingly. Analysis of dysfunctional behaviors, causes, and symptoms helps decide the suitable target for therapy.

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During the preparation phase, the therapist and client work towards building a therapeutic relationship. The therapist would explain to their client the active processing of trauma and try to set reasonable expectations.

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During the assessment phase, the EMDR therapist helps target memories contributing to the difficulties. The client may be asked to recognize the most salient images about the memory and jointly work towards eliciting those negative beliefs.

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During the desensitization phase, the client's disturbing memory is evaluated to help the sensory experiences. This continues until the traumatic memory is no longer triggering for the client.

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During the installation phase, the therapist aims to increase the depth of positive cognition.

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Body Scan

Body Scan

The body scan phase involves evaluating the somatic responses to understand if the client is still experiencing residual trauma.

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“Once you start making the effort to ‘wake yourself up’ – that is more mindful of your daily activities – you suddenly start appreciating your life more.”


– Robert Biswas-Diener

What are The Benefits of EMDR Therapy?

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a helpful tool for managing traumatic experiences.

Improves Perspective

It’s easy to get consumed in negative thoughts; EMDR can help you break these patterns and rethink positive aspects of your life.

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Changes Negative Thinking

EMDR can help you recognize, challenge, and even change the negative thoughts that plague your mind.

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Reduces Chronic Pain

EMDR therapy focuses on painful memories while engaging in rapid eye movements, encouraging relaxation and comfort.

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Requires Minimal Talking

Your therapist encourages you to focus on negative memories while guiding you through eye moments, leading to more thoughtfulness and less verbal communication. This makes EMDR particularly helpful for people who have hardship talking about their trauma.

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What are The Benefits of EMDR Therapy?
EMDR Therapy is For Everyone

Traumatic experiences can have a profound effect on your mental well-being. We at Lifebulb are excited to help you improve your physical, emotional, and mental health.

How To Find Your EMDR Therapist?

Connect with a licenced EMDR therapist in simple steps. Our care takers can help you cope with mental & physical symptoms stemming from trauma-related conditions.

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How it Works

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Meet Your EMDR Therapist

We help you with the right therapist who develops an individualized treatment plan that suits your unique needs.

Online Therapy

Connect with your qualified therapist from the comfort of your home through virtual EMDR sessions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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EMDR therapy, also known as eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy or rapid eye movement therapy, is a form of mental health care treatment. After a successful course of EMDR therapy, physiological arousal is decreased, negative beliefs are reformed, and emotional suffering is alleviated. In simple terms, your recovery from trauma or other upsetting life events is the ultimate aim of EMDR therapy.

So how does it work? In EMDR therapy, the patient is exposed to emotionally upsetting information in brief, successive doses while also concentrating on an outside stimulus. Directed eye movements by the therapist are the most frequently employed external stimulus, but many additional stimuli, such as hand tapping and audio stimulation, are frequently used. You can know more about EMDR sessions in your area by Googling “Find a EMDR therapist.”

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is the condition for which eye movement therapy, aka EMDR therapy is most frequently used. The following conditions are also treated with it by mental healthcare professionals: Disorders of anxiety: Panic disorder, phobias, social anxiety disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder.

In the majority of clients who had eye movement desensitization and reprocessing or EMDR therapy treatment, they discovered a reduction in panic symptoms and anticipatory anxiety.

Although every person's response to EMDR therapy is unique, a typical session lasts between 60 and 90 minutes. It can take anything from three to twelve sessions to fully rewire your brain and get to the root of a painful memory. Google “EMDR therapy near me” to get an idea about typical EMDR sessions and EMDR therapy costs in your area.

For those who don't know, EMDR therapy is basically an 8 phase treatment plan. The eight phases of this treatment are as follows:

  • History Taking

  • Client Preparation

  • Assessment

  • Desensitization

  • Installation

  • Body Scan

  • Closure

  • Reevaluation of Treatment Effect

Search online for “Find a EMDR therapist near me” to learn more about EMDR therapy in your area.

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