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Denton M. Kurtz, M.ED., LSP, LMHC

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
    EMDR  (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), is an
    innovative clinical treatment that integrates many of the successful elements of a range of therapeutic approaches in combination with eye movements or other forms of rhythmical stimulation in ways that stimulate the brain's information processing system. 

    The use of EMDR in a clinical setting has successfully helped over a million individuals who have survived trauma, including sexual abuse, domestic violence, combat, crime, and those suffering from a number of other complaints including depressions, addictions, phobias and a variety of self-esteem issues.

    Because EMDR works with the information-processing system of the brain, people can achieve their therapeutic goals at a rapid rate, with recognizable changes that don't disappear over time. 

    While many people show dramatic responses in a short amount of time, there are also those who will progress more slowly.  Slower progression is not abnormal. Just as in any therapy, we all progress at the rate appropriate to the individual and the clinical situation.

    EMDR allows the brain to heal its psychological problems at the same rate as the rest of the body is healing its physical ailments and because of this, it is effectively making time irrelevant in therapy. 


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