In our previous blog “Attachment Styles and How We Relate to Others” we talked about four main ways in which we tend to form our relationships and try to satisfy our emotional needs
When we think of survivors of childhood abuse, and especially of sexual abuse in childhood, we often imagine than it had to be inconceivably difficult for them to endure such suffering, but now that they’re adults, they’re safe and well. We do recognize that they might have been affected by the horrible experience, but rarely think of them as constantly reliving the past abuse as it were happening right now, at this very moment, with the same horror and helplessness as then. But they do. Read more “Healing Old Wounds with EMDR: How to Live After, Not Just Survive Childhood Abuse”
Let’s talk about erectile dysfunction.
According to recent studies, one in four men under 40 years old experiences erectile dysfunction. The causes range from physical to mental, but this is the first time that such a high number of younger men are dealing with impotence. Read more “EMDR May Be The Secret to Handling Erectile Dysfunction”
Children, teens and adults can all experience test anxiety. Whether it’s the 2nd Grade Pop Quiz, a GED, SAT, ACT or a presentation for your business, having to show up as your best self ever, no matter how you’re feeling emotionally or physically – can be a huge anxiety trigger. Read more “Can EMDR Work for Test Anxiety?”
EMDR, short for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a type of integrated psychotherapy that is highly effective at alleviating anxiety and distress in athletes. Read more “EMDR Provides Therapeutic Relief for Athletes”