Get results faster with evidence based EMDR therapy and EMDR Intensives
EMDR short term
EMDR short term can address a trauma or stuck place within the journey and connection to other therapeutic models that support your goals to health and wellness.
Intensive EMDR Model - in office or virtually
The Intensive Model provides a longer session time, in a shorter amount of time. Typically we can look at a preparation session - 2 to 3 -2 Hour Intensive EMDR sessions and then a check in session. These 2 hour EMDR intensive can be booked within a week or weeks, including online. Saturday EMDR sessions are available as well virtually.
Supporting clients with Extensive Training in Complex Trauma. As a Certified EMDR clinician I guide you towards your natural balance to access joy in life.
The EMDR Day and Half Day Retreat
This is a place to feel seen and heard and with a 'whole person' approach we use the day to approach your being and entire nervous system with several somatic therapies. EMDR is provided for 2 to 3 hours and body therapies and nervous system calming techniques are incorporated to give a day of intense but positive healing.
The new EMDR Day Treatment Program is now being offered at an introductory fee.
Specializing in EMDR Trauma Therapy
Trained in EMDR in 2010, my philosophy is that everyone is seeking wholeness of their being, mind, body and spirit. We want access to growth, connection and positivity. We update old beliefs that limit yourself and change old programs; giving yourself access and permission to engage in life and happiness again. The results I see in my clients are amazing, effective and life changing.
EMDR is recommended by The World Health Organization
(Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
EMDR is used to help First Responders, Service Members and Veterans move past traumatic experiences in their front line roles
How is EMDR different from other therapies?
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) allows the brain to have a natural healing process. It can be more accessible as it does not involve talking about a distressing event in great detail or have homework in-between sessions
Who can benefit from EMDR?
Anxiety, panic attacks, and phobias,
Chronic Illness and medical issues,
Depression,Eating disorders, Pain, Performance anxiety, PTSD and other trauma and stress-related issues, Sleep disturbance, Substance abuse and addiction, Childhood experiences of abuse, DV
Already in counselling but stuck on a trauma?
Consider Adjunct Therapy - your counsellor may have identified a trauma event that is keeping you from making progress in your therapy. You can come in for EMDR to process this event, typically 1 to 8 sessions, and then return to your therapist to continue your journey