Trauma and EMDR:

The effects of trauma and disturbing life events can be profound, invading our sense of safety, our ability 

to thrive, our feelings about ourselves, and our ability to feel safe in connecting to others. Even life events that from the outside seem insignificant or small can influence and affect many areas of our life and functioning.

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprossessing) has a profound ability to support resolving trauma, and the effects of trauma. EMDR's purpose is to process traumatic events non-invasively until they cease to be psychologically disturbing. Controlled research studies have consistently demonstrated EMDR's effectiveness.

EMDR can be useful for traumatic events, family legacy work, undigested emotional material, anxiety issues, and phobias.

    Ariadne Thompson, MFT            415 - 286 - 5156             ariadnethompsonmft@gmail.com