You can get what you need.
We’ve all – therapists and clients alike – had the experience of feeling stuck or knowing there’s a block that we keep hitting over and over, no matter how hard we both work. It can be discouraging for both the client and the therapist. Sometimes an additional intervention can help shake things loose. Through Adjunct EMDR therapy, I collaborate with your primary therapist to help resolve the stuck point so that your work with them can move forward.
Adjunct EMDR therapy does not replace or interrupt the primary therapy. Adjunct EMDR therapy is typically conducted on an Intensive basis or in a short series of weekly sessions in order to yield results as quickly as possible.
Adjunct EMDR therapy might be right for you if: