The EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) method is a relatively new psychological method for the treatment of experiential disorders and emotional difficulties due to painful experiences. The EMDR method has successfully helped more than one million people with psychological difficulties who had some kind of traumatic experience as their source. The cause of a traumatic experience can be any real stressful event, such as war, car accident, natural disaster, violent attack, physical or verbal abuse, loss of a loved one, serious illness, difficult childhood events.
What is the EMDR method?
The method aims to facilitate the processing of painful experiences, the desensitization of triggers that trigger discomfort in the present, and the negotiation and integration of adaptive attitudes, skills, and behaviors.