Online EMDR

online EMDR Therapy

Online EMDR

EMDR Therapy, a groundbreaking therapeutic approach, and has revolutionised the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). But its benefits extend far beyond this specific diagnosis.

EMDR has proven effective in addressing a wide range of mental health concerns, including depression, anxiety, and phobias, helping individuals achieve lasting relief and improved well-being.

At Kove, we believe that access to effective mental health care should be convenient and flexible. That’s why we offer online EMDR therapy, providing the same transformative experience you would receive in-person, from the comfort of your own home.

How online EMDR works

Online EMDR utilises a combination of eye movements, auditory or tactile stimuli, and guided imagery to help individuals process and reframe traumatic memories. By gently stimulating the brain’s natural processing system, EMDR helps individuals release the negative emotions and beliefs associated with their experiences, enabling them to move forward with greater freedom and peace of mind.

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Benefits of online EMDR Therapy?

Online EMDR therapy offers several advantages over in-person sessions, including:

Convenience: No need to travel to an office; sessions can be conducted from anywhere with an internet connection.

Accessibility: Online EMDR eliminates geographical barriers, making it available to individuals in rural or remote areas.

Flexibility: Schedule sessions around your busy lifestyle, with the flexibility to attend from home or a quiet place.

Comfort: Feel at ease in your familiar surroundings, minimizing anxiety and promoting a sense of security.

The Power of Online EMDR

Online EMDR is a powerful tool for overcoming trauma and reclaiming your life. Whether you’re struggling with the lingering effects of PTSD, depression, or anxiety, Kove’s experienced therapists are here to guide you on a journey of healing and transformation.

How does EMDR therapy work?

In the video below, Jordan Vyas-Lee describes how during EMDR therapy, the patient reprocesses the difficult memories at the centre of their distress

The duration of EMDR varies depending on the individual and the specific issue being addressed. Some individuals may experience significant relief in just a few sessions, while others may require more extensive treatment. The therapist will work with the client to determine the appropriate length of therapy.

Yes, EMDR therapy can be adapted for use with children and adolescents. Trained EMDR therapists use age-appropriate techniques and modifications to make the therapy accessible to younger individuals who have experienced trauma or distressing events.

EMDR therapy is generally considered safe and well-tolerated. However, some individuals may experience temporary distress as they process traumatic memories. It’s important to work with a qualified therapist who can provide guidance and support throughout the process.

EMDR therapy can be used in conjunction with other therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or medication, depending on an individual’s needs. It’s essential to discuss treatment options with a mental health professional to determine the most appropriate combination for your specific situation.

1. History Taking: In this initial stage, the therapist gathers information about the client’s personal history and the specific issues they want to work on.

2. Preparation: The therapist establishes a therapeutic relationship, explains the EMDR process, and helps the client develop coping skills for emotional regulation.

3. Assessment: The therapist identifies target memories and the negative beliefs associated with them, setting the focus for EMDR processing.

4. Desensitization: During this phase, clients process distressing memories using bilateral stimulation (typically eye movements), reducing their emotional charge.

5. Installation: Positive beliefs and self-assurances are “installed” to replace the negative beliefs related to the traumatic memories.

6. Body Scan: Any residual physical tension or distress is addressed, ensuring the entire experience is processed and integrated.

7. Closure: The therapist helps the client return to a state of emotional stability at the end of each session.

8. Reevaluation: In this final stage, the therapist reviews the progress made, ensuring that all aspects of the issue have been adequately addressed and processed.

Yes, EMDR treatment is considered a suitable and effective therapy for individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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Book a Consultation

Book into our clinic diary to receive a call from a senior member of our team. Jenna can discuss children and neurodevelopment, Jordan can discuss therapy in adults and adolescents. We’ll discuss your difficulties in depth and make some tailored recommendations.

Like in person therapy? Looking for EMDR therapy in London? Ask about our face-to-face EMDR therapy.

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