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Here’s find out how to process your trauma using EMDR techniques.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing or EMDR Therapy is a strong technique for fully processing trauma and taking back control of your emotions, behavior, and thoughts. On this interview discussion, Dr. Judy and MedCircle host Kyle Kittleson discuss:
What it means to totally process a memory of trauma
Why we sometimes don’t fully process trauma
EMDR therapy explained: how an EMDR therapy session actually helps
How EMDR is different from other kinds of psychotherapy and coverings like Somatic Experiencing therapy
What bilateral stimulation entails and the way it helps process trauma
How EMDR may end up in trauma healing and the way processing trauma through a trauma therapy like this may empower you to live a greater life
ABOUT THE SERIES:
Memories of trauma are likely to get compartmentalized within the brain. And with regards to PTSD, symptoms could be physical, emotional, and even cognitive – like dissociation (which is common in those living with complex PTSD.) The psychology of trauma is more insidious than most individuals realize.
As a psychologist, Dr. Judy Ho is an authority in the connection between our memory of trauma and the way they subconsciously impact our behavior, emotions, and thoughts. On this video and the remaining of this series, Dr. Judy walks through just how EMDR allows patients to rewire their brains, process their emotions, repair those memories, and ultimately get their lives back on target.