Trauma-EMDR in Woodstock
Earlier life experiences set in motion a continued pattern of affect, behaviour, cognition, and consequent identity structures.
Insufficiently processed information stored at the time of the event range from simple PTSD and phobias to more complex conditions such as panic disorders, some forms of depression, dissociation and personality disorders. The dysfunctional nature of traumatic memories, allows the negative affect and beliefs from the past to pervade in the present. EMDR processing of such memories allows the more empowering and positive present affect and cognitions to generalize to the associated memories throughout the neurophysiological network and leads spontaneously to more appropriate nontraumatic based behaviours in the present