Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy is a robust, evidence-based method that uses eye movements to work deeply in neural networks to reprocess difficult or traumatic events.


Feeling stuck in your regular therapy? I collaborate with your primary therapist to narrowly target specific traumatic memories or intrusive material to accelerate progress and enrich your ongoing work. 


EMDR Intensives are highly personalized experiences that forego the traditional in-person weekly psychotherapy model in order to get you the support you need when you need it most.


Few therapists have the special training to recognize and treat survivors of this type of abuse, who often struggle with symptoms such as intrusive thoughts, obsessive rumination, cravings for the person who mistreated them, cognitive dissonance, loss of former self, difficulty focusing and making decisions.