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Is EMDR only for trauma? happyflower

Posted by pinkeye on June 10, 2005, at 22:36:06

In reply to Re: What is EMDR? pinkeye, posted by happyflower on June 10, 2005, at 21:02:30

Is EMDR only for trauma? or PTSD? I don't think I have it - but maybe I had a mild form of continuous terrorized lifestyle in childhood and maybe when I first came to this country.

Do you think it might be worth exploring that option? How many sessions does it take? 8? Also how much do they charge? Is it generally covered in insurance?

But I have tried CBT for a long term, and beyond a point I am not able to change my emotions much with it. I have developed many coping techniques, but not able to change the way I feel that much really. I am wondering if this would be the magical solution I have been waiting for??




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