EMDR Therapy

Get ready to engage at a new level!

I specialize in EMDR Therapy which is an evidence-based, effective therapy to:


*Reduce symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, depression, grief, loss and bereavement, performance anxiety and other difficult life challenges.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a somatic therapy in which the hemispheres of the brain are stimulated using rapid eye movement or other bilateral stimulus. The hypothesis is that when the eyes move this way, as they do in REM sleep, a cross-brain wave pattern is produced that allows a person to both access memories of a trauma and process the emotions surrounding it. 

The negative experiences that hold us back from being effective in any area of our lives are like a knot of neural pathways that contain negative beliefs and distressing feelings. EMDR starts to untangle that knot and at the same time starts to replace it with beliefs that enable a person bring more of their energy to all aspects of their life. 

*Improve skills in performance and creativity (for professional athletes, performers, business professionals, public speakers), mindfulness, stress reduction, confidence, personal growth and overall health and wellness.

Do you want to feel confident and at ease when speaking in public, during performances, while giving presentations, at social events or in your own creative work? Would you like to experience creative flow more often or at a new level?

Consider EMDR therapy! This well-researched and efficacious treatment for trauma is also used to increase confidence and boost performance to take you to the next level in any area of your life. 

What Clients Are Saying:

"It's like I was seeing that situation from only one negative camera angle and the therapy helped me get many different perspectives and see the bigger picture."

"It helps me make sense of the many aspects of my life in a new way that feels less emotionally charged and more at peace."

"I still remember the bad situation, but I don't have the same upsetting emotions and physical reactions when I think about it now."