EMDR enables you to move past your worst trauma.

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.​  It  is an innovative form of counseling that links many successful elements of a variety of therapeutic approaches in combination with eye movements or other forms of bilateral stimulations.  The eye movements help to effectively stimulate the brain’s Adaptive Information Processing (AIP) system, which may generate significant improvements in a short period of time.

This therapy can help with both the healing of psychological pain and physical discomfort related to trauma, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues and other life events. It is used to effectively treat both upsetting past events and present life conditions.

Francine Shapiro, Ph.D., developed EMDR in 1987 and to date over 200,000 mental health therapists in 52 countries have been trained. 

It is recommended by the American Psychiatric Association, the Israeli National Council for Mental Health, the US Department of Veterans Affairs, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the Department of Defense,  and other professional organizations. 

Below is a link to an article by Anastasia Pollock that does an excellent job in explaining EMDR further.

Here are some more great resources on EMDR

EMDR Article