EMDR is a form of psychotherapy for post-traumatic stress disorder developed by Francine Shapiro. It is used for individuals who have experienced trauma that remains unresolved. The goal of EMDR is to process these distressing memories and experiences, reducing their lingering effects so that the client is able to develop more adaptive coping skills. EMDR has also been found to be successful with a wide variety of other issues, including anxiety, eating disorders, panic attacks, and trauma.
Dr. Bjorkman received her Level II EMDR certification from the EMDR Institute. Let Dr. Bjorkman assist you in addressing and coping with your trauma through Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy in Scottsdale, AZ. Though the treatment process isn't always easy, Dr. Bjorkman is always there and fully engaged in her clients' treatment to ensure that they are comfortable and on the right path toward making progress.
EDMR employs an 8-phase approach to help clients address and cope with past traumatic experiences. Dr. Bjorkman is here to guide you through every step of the process. For more information, please visit the EMDR website: