Posts in category EMDR

Treating Chronic Pain with EMDR Therapy

Pain is a sign that something is wrong with our body. Clinicians who specialize in the treatment of chronic pain have emphasized that pain is subjective. It is defined by the person who experiences it. Chronic pain is defined as any pain that is experienced by a person for a period of over 3 months. […]

Psychological Impact of Terrorist Threat

There has been an increasing amount of research about the effects of terrorism on people’s mental health since the 9/11 attack. While some people were able to recover quickly from these traumatic events, some people developed post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). During terror attacks, the victims and their families, rescue workers, and people who live […]

Tips for Battling Postpartum Depression

For months, you’ve waited for the arrival of your baby. Every night, you imagine how it would be like to hold him/her in your arms. You expect the days after delivering your baby to be full of joy. Instead, you’re anxious, ambivalent and breaking down in tears. If you feel this way, know that you’re […]

Using EMDR Therapy in Treating Drug Addiction

More often than not, people turn to drugs to cover painful memories in the past, relieve pain or ease their suffering. Despite the harmful consequences, they use drugs because it helps them forget about their problems and mask particular emotions they are going through. Others, however, get hooked on prescribed drugs. They would rationalize using […]

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