What is EMDR?

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, also known as EMDR, is a form of psychotherapy that works with the brain's natural abilities to heal itself. It is based on the idea that our brain stores negative memories differently than positive ones. We tend to replay bad experiences in our memories over and over. When these memories are replayed, they can cause distress and interfere with everyday life.

What Can EMDR Help With?

It is an effective therapy that helps individuals desensitize and reprocess difficult life events and traumas. While EMDR therapy was developed for the treatment of PTSD, it has also been used successfully to treat other mental health conditions.
Anxiety Disorders Individual Therapy

Anxiety Disorders

EMDR can help you process your thoughts and feelings in a way that is more manageable, enabling you to react to them with less fear and greater understanding.
Childhood Trauma Individual Therapy

Complex Trauma

With EMDR, people become desensitized to their experiences and come to terms with their past. They can finally move forward with their lives.
Depression Individual Therapy


It helps people process negative emotions in a healthier and more productive way. Additionally, it empowers them to focus on being positive.
Grief and loss Individual Therapy

Grief and Loss

Grief can be complicated, but EMDR can help individuals process their loss and navigate through their grief, enabling them to move forward and embrace life once again.

Medical Trauma

EMDR helps people process and cope with the emotions, thoughts, and physical sensations that are associated with medical trauma.
Relationship Issues Individual Therapy

Relationship Issues

The bilateral eye movements help individuals process past issues that are interfering with current relationships.

Sleep Issues

EMDR has been proven to help with sleep problems without needing medication. This is because sleep troubles are often connected to trauma or anxiety, both of which can be treated with EMDR.
Trauma and PTSD Individual Therapy

Trauma and PTSD

EMDR helps people reprocess their trauma in a way that reduces the intensity of the distress and emotions.

How Does EMDR Work?

EMDR therapy helps people with past trauma resolve their symptoms. It works by stimulating different parts of the brain to help it heal itself. It uses a series of bilateral sensory input, such as eye movements, tapping, or sounds, to help the brain process trauma from the past. During this process, you may experience dulled feelings or emotions related to your trauma as well as a less intense physical reaction when reliving the event. 
EMDR Therapists
Arian Guedes
Virtual and In-Person

Arian Guedes

Registered Psychologist
$220 per hour
Arian has over 10 years of experience providing counselling to couples and adult individuals with anger issues, anxiety, trauma & PTSD, relationship issues, depression, identity concerns, low self-esteem, work-related issues, and more.
Dailyn Mccalla
Virtual & In-Person

Dailyn Mccalla

Provisional Psychologist
$200 per hour
Dailyn works with individuals, couples, and youth with a variety of mental health conditions including anxiety, developmental disorders, depression, trauma, PTSD, eating disorders, gender and sexuality, families, trauma and more.
Kari Adams
Virtual & In-Person

Kari Adams

Registered Psychologist
$220 per hour
Kari works with individuals and families struggling with an array of mental health concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma & PTSD, stress & burnout, work related issues, self-esteem, family conflicts, grief & Loss, and more.
Michelle Ruiz
Virtual & In-Person

Michelle Ruiz

Registered Psychologist
$220 per hour
Michelle specializes in helping adult individuals struggling with a variety of concerns including depression, anxiety, stress, grief & loss, relational concerns, occupational stress injuries, trauma, PTSD and more. ***Available on Fridays***
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