Therapy Toronto Psychotherapy Definitions
- Eye Movement Integration addresses physical, sensory, and emotional stuckness, experienced after individual or multiple psychological traumas.
It is helpful in addressing incapacitating feelings ranging from anxiety, depression, sexual dysfunction through to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Eye movements awaken areas of the brain that were frozen after a trauma. By incorporating all areas of the brain through specific eye movements in addition to traditional talk therapy, one can feel more integrated and competent in one's everyday activities.
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