Posts Tagged ‘EMDR’

10 Feb

Helping Our Brains Heal with EMDR

Emma Steiner, MSW, MFT, LCSW, works with individuals and couples at our University City office. Read on to learn about EMDR and Emma's experience with this form of therapy.  Recently, I joined 14 of my Council colleagues at the first weekend of EMDR training. EMDR… Read More

20 Aug

Getting Unstuck with EMDR

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, EMDR, has helped millions of people find relief from distress and misery over the last 20+ years, but I'm still amazed that it is often unknown and misunderstood. In my clinical practice, I've found it to be the most effective… Read More

30 May

Incorporating EMDR into my therapy practice

A Personal History of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing at Council for Relationships by Senior Staff Therapist Michael D'Antonio.  From ancient times, Europeans searched for a specific missing ingredient for their cuisine: an acidic base for sauces. They tried pomegranates, then cranberries: with mixed success.… Read More

18 Dec

Bipolar Disorder: Dispelling the Fears

During a recent conversation with colleagues we were struck by the way in which we have begun to think about those clients who are very sensitive to their environments as having a place on the continuum of bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorder has an underlying chemical… Read More