What is EMDR Therapy?
These adverse life experiences are seen as the basis of symptoms. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy is guided by Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) Modal. From the eye of In AIP Modal these adverse memories cannot be processed and recorded adaptively. They are recorded as they were experienced and they are `frozen` in our memory networks. These memories can be triggered by anything, anyone or any situation; or sometimes they can pop into mind by itself. These adverse life experiences are seen as the basis of symptoms. Symptoms may be emotional distress, anxiety somatic problems etc.
Once the traumatic memories are worked with EMDR Therapy properly, this enables person to relief from the symptoms and strengthens the ability to cope with today.
In the session, the EMDR Therapist can use various special and carefully designed EMDR protocols in accordance with EMDR Standard Protocol to provide client the most suitable psychological support.