The Scientific Magic of EMDR.
Dr. Julia talks with psychologist Dr. Carolyn Rasche about the healing effects of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Dr. Rasche lists the benefits of this therapeutic technique—from fighting PTSD to helping with everyday anxiety—and recounts some of her greatest success stories with EMDR treatment.
8 comments to The Scientific Magic of EMDR.
This is fascinating. Thank you for helping to bring this into the light.
Hi Joel! You are so welcome and thanks for watching. It is really fascinating and it has remarkable results. I think everyone should know about EMDR and that is an option to help help us become our best selves. 🙂
LOVED this. It’s fascinating how much we are learning as people are looking for other ways to heal- and not depending on the methods that may not be serving everyone. I am looking forward to researching more on this topic. Thanks Dr. J!
You are so welcome, CiCi. 🙂
Thanks for covering EMDR it was perfect timing!. I have a close friend who is currently experiencing traumatic flash backs and anxiety. Last week I came across a local therapist who just felt right & specialises in EMDR. I knew very little of EMDR other than it was something about eye movement. My friend took one look at the website and VERY surprisingly without hesitation got in touch to have a brief chat and make an appointment.
The initial session takes place in a couple of weeks however having just watched this interview I now understand why we were drawn to the therapist and feel confident she will be able to help him.
Great interview – Thank you both xx
Hi Steph! Thank you so much for watching and commenting. This is exactly why I do this show. I’m so happy that you and your friend have explored this treatment option. It’s absolutely wonderful. I’ll be thinking of you and your friend these next coming weeks. I hope everything goes well and keep us posted. Big hugs to both of you! 🙂
Great talk but again the sound of the person being interviewed is VERY quiet
Thank you, Alison. Yes, Dr. Rasche is soft spoken. I hope you were able to hear things clearly.