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Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) 

Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) 

What is EMDR? 

What is EMDR? 

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing) is a therapy that helps individuals to recover from symptoms of emotional distress. Often these symptoms are a result of a disturbing life experience. It does not matter if these life experiences are capital “T” traumatic events resulting in PTSD, or lower case “t” traumatic events, they can both can have a long lasting negative effect on emotional wellbeing. EMDR helps the brain to process traumatic events by using eye movements (similar to the process of REM sleep). 

What can EMDR help with?  

What can EMDR help with?  

PTSD 
Phobias, panic disorder and other anxiety related disorders 
Victims of crime 
Professionals who are exposed to traumatic detail as a consequence of the work they carry out (e.g. emergency services, prison staff, etc) 
Grief and loss 
Symptoms caused by assault or natural disaster 
Sexual assault 
Debilitating symptoms following an accident or surgery 
Performance anxiety 
Somatic disorders or chronic pain 
Depression 
 

What are the costs for EMDR at Relate Nottingham? 

What are the costs for EMDR at Relate Nottingham? 

 
EMDR sessions last for up to 90 minutes and are charged at £120. (£80 per hour). 
 
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