Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)
EMDR stands for “Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy,” EMDR is considered the Gold Standard Therapy for treating mental health conditions associated with memories from traumatic events in your past, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). EMDR was traditionally used for Vietnam Veterans for PTSD in the States.
What mental health conditions are treated with EMDR?
EMDR can help patients with a wide range of mental health conditions. Ms Moloney, who consults at Top Health Doctors Cannon Hill, is effectively using this technique for:
- certain Addictions
- certain Eating Disorders
EMDR is helpful for eliminating obstacles and doubts to achieve clients/patients’ personal best ie. in sport, students studying for exams, performance anxiety for musicians, phobias re public speaking
Cleo has successfully helped many clients who struggle with Complex PTSD, those who’ve experienced Domestic Violence and Workplace Stressors and students who need effective study skills. EMDR is also helpful for addictions to food, alcohol, cigarettes, sex, as well as Performance Anxiety, Phobias, Public Speaking fears as well as relationship issues.