I am a trained EMDR therapist by the EMDR Institute, Inc. EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing. This a relatively newer and unique therapy used for victims of traumatic events, PTSD, Depression, and Anxiety and is helpful in many unique situations to help get clients unstuck. It is different in that the therapist utilizes typical talk therapy to gather information about trauma, and then uses bilateral stimulation (usually eye movement from side to side) to help us re-process old traumatic memories, so that we can control them, instead of the traumatic memories controlling us, usually by triggers that we don't see coming. If you have heard of this type of therapy, or are just learning about it now, let me just say that it works, and it works quickly. It is a unique type of therapy, so I will only use it upon request, and after I am hopeful that this would be helpful for the particular individual. Insurance does cover this type of therapy, so I use it as an add-on service. It is very exciting to see people able to live their lives free of unresolved traumatic experiences, and in some cases also helps clients to break addictions that they have been using to cope with the traumatic past.