Patterns of thought can influence the way we behave. When those patterns are bad for us, we repeat the same behaviors over and over, despite their poor results in the past. We may not even notice when we fall into these self-destructive, negative patterns. Changing those patterns can be difficult to do on your own.
For trauma to heal, we often have to face the past. But how do we face the past without reliving the pain? EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) offers a way. By stimulating both sides of your brain, EMDR allows you to work through trauma without re-experiencing pain. EMDR provides the ability to process painful emotions and memories, and use them to gain a new perspective on your life.