The EMDR Revolution: Change Your Life One Memory At A Time (The Client's Guide)
There are only three evidence-based therapies for trauma: prolonged-exposure therapy (PE), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and cognitive behavior therapy (CBT). EMDR was found to help in fewer sessions and does not require homework between sessions, making it the fastest evidence-based therapy there is. It is the classic treatment for veterans and those suffering the effects of traumatic events such as hurricanes and other forms of devastation. EMDR is a great supplement for personal-development. After recognizing your limiting beliefs, with EMDR you can reprocess them so you don’t need to keep fighting them, and you can free all your energy towards the future. We are mistakenly told that there is nothing we can do to change the past, so we need to ignore it and concentrate on the present. But this is not true. The past “hunts” us via our memories. With EMDR we can change the way our past is stored in our brain—and thus the way we are influenced by it—allowing us to change our life one memory at a time. Inside The EMDR Revolution you will discover the important information you need when feeling distressed or inhibited, as a way to select the appropriate help.
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