FAQ: EMDR & Sex Therapy
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) is a modern therapeutic technique that has proven very effective in treating sexual problems, such as: performance issues, sexual anxiety, sexual aversion, and recovery from traumatic and abusive sexual experiences.
Studies show that EMDR is fast, safe and effective. It is a non-invasive, collaborative therapy that does not involve the use of drugs or hypnosis. This powerful, short-term therapy successfully treats a wide range of disorders, in addition to sexual problems. It also effectively treats anxiety, relationship problems, depression, poor self-image, panic attacks, and anxiety disorders.
Those who have made slow progress in the past, or who have not benefited from more traditional therapies have gained relief from this revolutionary new therapy. Many patients treated with EMDR say they have found a method of healing that works for them.
Frequently Asked Questions about EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
- What is EMDR?
- Who discovered EMDR?
- How does EMDR work?
- What are the advantages of EMDR Therapy?
- What problems are helped by EMDR?
- Who can be helped by EMDR?
- What happens during a EMDR session?
- Are there studies that show that EMDR is effective?
- How often would I need EMDR treatments?
- Is there any discomfort involved in the EMDR process?
- What happens between EMDR sessions?
- Is EMDR the same thing as hypnosis?
- What type of training does a therapist need to use EMDR?
- How do I know if EMDR is right for me?
- What are the objectives of EMDR Therapy?
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|Carol Boulware, MFT, Ph.D.
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EMDR Certified Therapist- Level II- 1994
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