EMDR is a form of psychotherapy developed to treat post-traumatic stress disorder, general trauma, anxiety, depression, addiction, panic disorder, developmental trauma, and grief, among other mental health disorders. EMDR is an acronym that stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy. You can learn more about EMDR therapy here.
What is the difference between EMDR therapy and EMDR Intensives?
The main difference between traditional EMDR therapy and an EMDR Intensive session is that instead of breaking up EMDR treatments over the course of several weeks, an EMDR Intensive administers the same methods as EMDR therapy in a condensed window of time.
An EMDR Intensive treatment has a Certified EMDR Therapist conduct multiple EMDR sessions in a single day, and is shown to be effective for treating individuals experiences the symptoms of trauma and stress. There are several benefits that EMDR Intensives can provide: