MICHELLE D. ROBERTS/ MEd, MS, PLPC, NCC

PSYCHOTHERAPIST

 

MICHELLE D. ROBERTS/ MEd, MS, PLPC, NCC

PSYCHOTHERAPIST

 

Adjunct EMDR therapy supports the work you're already doing with your primary therapist. It can be helpful when processing a traumatic incident or when intrusive thoughts or flashbacks cause your treatment to go round in circles. Introducing EMDR can help you and your therapist move forward together. 

In this supportive role, I collaborate with clients' primary therapists in a highly focused way. This can involve using EMDR to target traumatic memories or body sensations. It can also mean using EMDR to help clients challenge limiting beliefs so as to dispel false narratives. Adjunct EMDR therapy typically consists of 4 to 12 sessions. Treatment can be scheduled on a weekly or twice-monthly basis. It can also be done as an EMDR Intensive.

All sessions will be conducted based on goals defined in collaboration with you and your primary therapist.

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