Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) incorporates several psychotherapy ideologies. Extensive research has shown EMDR is an  effective treatment of trauma. Scientific research has established EMDR as effective for post-traumatic stress. Other conditions that clinicians have seen success with EMDR include:

Panic Attacks

Complicated Grief

Stress Reduction

Sexual and/or Physical Abuse

Body Dysmorphic Disorders

Disturbing Memories


Pain Disorders

Performance Anxiety


How do I know if I can benefit from EMDR?

Do you experience:


Feeling like you are living on the edge emotionally?


Difficulty concentrating or sleeping?

Feeling withdrawn?

Avoiding situations that remind you of a sad event?

Numb to emotions?

Having great distress in similar situations?

Disinterest in your life?

A difficult event in your life that you re-experience?

If you experience these symptoms, please reach out to make an appointment to discuss if EMDR might be the right course of therapy for you.

If you think EMDR is right for you:

Please call to schedule an initial appointment to discuss your concerns and history. Amy will discuss with you how EMDR works, what can be expected and if it is a good fit for you. From there, it will be mutually decided how sessions will be scheduled.


 Amy can be reached at 513-546-0342.

Discover more about EMDR Therapy

EMDR International Association

Introduction to EMDR Therapy

Experience EMDR Therapy