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EMDR for NYC Manhattan residents of New York City.
Best Anxiety, Depression, Trauma Therapy, Very Successful Transforming Results, Proven in Tens of Thousands of Cases. Call us today please.

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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing—(EMDR)—is a comprehensively studied method facilitating advanced clinical processes. For NYC Manhattan EMDR our two New York city offices are conveniently located in central neighborhoods. We are always delighted to begin a conversation with new individuals towards wellness and well being. We are certified in the EMDR method taught by Francine Shapiro. It is a detailed, intensely researched 8-step protocol that has demonstrated positive results with many thousands of individuals over a period of twenty years.

Best anxiety therapy for New York City residents—and addiction, phobias, relationships as well—are fundamentally addressed through EMDR. Trauma therapy using EMDR creates excellent, often breakthrough results. Depression therapy in NYC Manhattan, as well, is sucessfully administered through eye movement practice. For PTSD, our EMDR work has been truly transformative.

Eye movement therapy aids the mind in establishing connections and to complete learning that, for whatever reason, it has not been able to do on its own or in traditional therapy. We find it to be extremely effective when it is used along with other treatment models such as Gestalt therapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

How does it work?
Our EMDR NYC Manhattan New York offices create an environment of healing that begins this deep process. The therapist carefully helps a client remember images, and construct useful positive and negative cognitions that represent the images and memories. The client is then asked to identify places in his or her body where feelings or blocked energy may be stored. The therapist helps the client use these images, cognitions, and body sensations, along with bi-lateral stimulation, to help access other parts of his/her brain to make connections he/she has not been able to make before.

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