What is EMDR
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, known as EMDR, is a highly researched and very effective treatment model used to treat the emotional and physical effects of trauma, PTSD, and chronic stress . One of the most innovative uses of EMDR therapy has been in treating performance related issues. EMDR uses the same process to help decrease stress and anxiety surrounding work, school or other types of performance. Examples of performance-related issues may include:
Fears surrounding public speaking, interviews and presentations
Poor stress management skills
Recovery from sports injuries
EMDR Can Help With
Feeling "stuck in your head," on edge, having increased fear that leads to avoidance of social settings or daily life activities.
With developmental trauma the lack of safety, and security in childhood leads to adaptive strategies that can persist into adulthood, ultimately causing significant distress.
Any mental burden that leads to performance anxiety, procrastination, fear of public speaking, self-limiting beliefs and low-self esteem impacting athletes, business executives, leaders, artists, or students.