"Unity is strength…when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved."

~ Mattie Stepanek

EMDR Adjunct

Achieving a healthier mental state and overcoming symptoms of anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, and other disorders is complicated work.  Many patients working directly with a therapist or counselor to complete cognitive-behavioral therapies (CBT) or other talking-based programs may not achieve the full results they desire. Often, great progress is made but some stuck points remain that just don’t seem to resolve through talk therapy.

In these cases, EMDR can often be used in conjunction with other traditional therapy regimens.  I partner with other primary therapists and their clients to design an EMDR plan that best fits their needs to help facilitate neurological reactions to specific memories, eliminate negative body sensations, and remove limiting beliefs.  We work together to define goals for the patient’s EMDR treatments that align with their overall wellness plan.

Adjunct EMDR is not meant to replace or interrupt any current treatment a client is participating in with another provider. Instead, it is a supplement managed in conjunction with the primary therapist.  During adjunct EMDR, the patient will continue to receive regular treatment under the primary therapist’s care.

In contrast to intensive EMDR, adjunct EMDR is a shorter-term program–sometimes concluding in as little as four sessions. Adjunct EMDR can be structured in a single extended session (working “intensively”), multiple longer sessions, or alternated weekly with primary therapist.

Learn more about EMDR on our webpage here.

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