EMDR THERAPY

Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing is a psychotherapy that utilizes bi-lateral stimulation
created through eye movement, hand held pulsers or a light bar.

EMDR THERAPY NYCEMDR is an eight phase protocol that focuses on a traumatic memory or disturbance to reduce the charge of the negative memory and allow the brain to process the event more adaptively. It can be used with children and adults.

EMDR Therapy is the most thoroughly researched therapy method used to treat trauma and PTSD. To date there are more controlled studies on EMDR than on any other method used to treat trauma. A recent study of individuals who experienced military combat, rape, assault, loss of loved ones, disasters and serious accidents, found that nearly 90% had relief from their emotional distress after only three EMDR sessions.

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STUDIES SHOW A HIGH DEGREE OF EFECTIVENESS
WITH THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS:

  • PTSD & Complex PTSD
  • Dissociation & DID
  • Childhood trauma or traumatic memories
  • Developmental Traumas
  • Neglect
  • Sexual, emotional and physical abuse
  • Depression and chronic sadness
  • Anxiety or panic attacks, depersonalization
  • Phobias
  • Rage and anger problems
  • Intense worry, anxiety and fear (fear of flying, bridges, tunnels and more)
  • Social anxiety disorder and negative self-evaluation
  • Low self-esteem
  • Fear of being alone or abandoned
  • Attachment disorders
  • Feeling unlovable, underserving and unworthy
  • Feelings of guilt and shame
  • Addictions, habit disorders and smoking cessation
  • Gambling
  • Compulsions, Obsessions, OCD
  • Insomnia, sleep disorders and relaxation difficulties
  • Medical, surgical and medical diagnosis trauma
  • Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia, compulsive overeating)
  • Body image issues
  • Performance and test anxiety
  • Surviving an assault, robbery or rape
  • Witnessing violence or being the victim of a crime
  • Loss or injury of a loved one or injury to self
  • Surviving an accident
  • Motivation and procrastination
  • 911 victims, police officers, firemen, rescue workers with violent memories
  • Relationship problems and interpersonal difficulties
  • Problems related to life and living
  • Challenges of life transitions such as divorce recovery, childbirth and aging

CONTACT INFORMATION

Marnie Grossman, LCSW, Psychotherapist in Millburn, New jersey

Phone: (973) 919-4735

Please call or email to schedule an appointment or to obtain additional information
about my approach and psychotherapy services.