EMDR Therapy In Denver

EMDR Therapy

Are you struggling with the pain of a traumatic experience? Our Denver EMDR therapy is an effective way to heal from the problems of trauma and PTSD.

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Why EMDR Counseling?

Are you considering EMDR therapy? EMDR has helped millions of people find relief from the pain of a traumatic experience.

We’re a Denver EMDR specialist that can help you move past the things that feel stuck in your life.

EMDR therapy will foucs on 3 important areas of your life: Body, Mind, and Emotions.

Body: Physical Signs of Trauma

Psychological trauma affects your body. Physical discomfort is common for problems related to trauma. EMDR will help you deal with the way your body responds to a negative experience.

Mind: Memories of Traumatic Experiences

EMDR therapy will help you deal with the memories of your traumatic experiences. These memories can often be flashbacks, nightmares, or disturbing memories and thoughts of what happened.

Emotions: Emotional Problems from Trauma

Traumatic experiences can lead to emotional difficulties. EMDR will help you work through uncomfortable feelings such as anxiety, fear, anger, or sadness.

EMDR Treatment Options

What does EMDR help with?

Anxiety Treatment

Anxiety is a common sign of trauma. EMDR can relieve panic attacks, social anxiety, and phobia’s or fears.

PTSD Treatment

EMDR is specially designed to treat PTSD. It can help military veterans, survivors of abuse, and anyone struggling from a traumatic experience.

Rage or Anger Outbursts

Rage or anger oubursts are common with trauma. EMDR can specifically target your anger triggers.

Denver EMDR Therapy

What is EMDR therapy?

EMDR therapy is a specialized type of counseling to help you heal from traumatic or negative life experiences. It’s specially designed to heal your body, mind, and emotions.

EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It works by targeting the memories, body sensations, and thoughts that are keeping you stuck.

This type of counseling helps your body and mind focus on the core issues causing your pain. As you work through the things that feel stuck you’re able to begin healing.

Our Denver EMDR therapy can help you with a lot of problems including:

  • PTSD symptoms (flashbacks, nightmares, etc)
  • Anxiety Problems
  • Depression
  • Panic Attacks
  • Explosive Anger
  • Low Self Esteem
  • Insecurity or Shame

EMDR Counseling Process

How does EMDR therapy work?

EMDR therapy is a process. Your therapist is trained to guide you safely through this process. You’ll begin by preparing you to work through the negative stuff in your life.

You need to feel ready to work through a negative memory. When you and your therapist decide you’re ready they’ll guide you through the next step of EMDR. This is where your body and mind are able to deal with the negative memories, emotions, and body sensations.

Once you’ve worked through the stuff that was “stuck” you can begin to build on your strengths. This part of the process teaches you how to feel good and experience living without the negative thoughts and feelings that were holding you back.

To learn more give us a call and talk with an EMDR therapist in Denver. You can also check out the EMDR International Association.

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EMDR Therapy for Trauma

Understanding Trauma

What is trauma? It’s a word that’s often misunderstood. Every person has experienced something in life that can be considered traumatic.

Therapists will often talk about big “T” trauma, and little “t” trauma. This helps distinguish between a one time experience such as the death of someone close to you, and the smaller every day struggles of life.

Each type of psychological trauma can have a profoundly negative impact on your life. EMDR therapy can help you move past the pain of these experiences.

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How much does counseling cost?

Counseling is an investment of your time, energy, and money to improve your life. We offer a free initial consultation to make sure you find the best fit to meet your needs.

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7200 E. Hampden Ave. Suite 205    Denver, CO 80224
(720) 507-8170

EMDR Therapy Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Who can benefit from EMDR?

Anyone that has ever had a negative experience and wasn’t able to recover can benefit from EMDR. These people often describe feeling stuck, anxious, irritable, or have physical health problems despite treatment. Common symptoms include panic attacks, night mares, flashbacks, trouble sleeping, anger outbursts, and low self esteem.

How effective is EMDR treatment?

EMDR is a specialized form of therapy that is recommended by many mental health orgnizations including the American Psychiatric Association, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the Department of Defense. Over 20 studies have found that EMDR treatment can significantly improve problems related to post traumatic stress disorder or PTSD.

What CAn EMDR Help With?

Traditionally EMDR therapy is used to treat post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It can successfully help with many trauma related issues including anxiety problems, panic attacks, phobia’s, unresolved grief, disturbing memories, addictions, pain disorders, and anger or rage problems.

How does EMDR therapy work?

When you experience something negative or traumatic it affects your nervous system. Sometimes these experiences get “stuck” in your nervous system. EMDR helps you target what’s keeping you stuck and will help your nervous system heal.


How long is EMDR therapy?

EMDR therapy is a process. There are 8 phases of treatment that your therapist will guide you through. While EMDR is designed to speed up your ability to heal, it’s not a one time treatment. The length of therapy can always vary depending on the severity of your struggle, current life situation, current resources and more.


Is EMDR Hypnosis?

No, EMDR therapy is different from hypnotherapy. You are awake and alert during the entire process of therapy. Your body, mind, and emotions are doing the work for you as you process information during EMDR.