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Amanda Harmon

I wasn't alone in my journey

EMDR changed my life

      I came to a point in my life where I had tried everything. I spent hours in talk therapy, outpatient programs, journaling, practicing yoga, and even participated in intense exercise programs to quiet my racing thoughts. I was living with fear and anxiety experiencing panic attacks on a regular basis.

     When I was first introduced to EMDR therapy, I was skeptical to say the least. I understood how thoughts and emotions were connected and how slowing down the breath had the ability reduce anxiety but watching someone’s fingers go back and forth was a new concept for me. The idea of reprocessing trauma was a new concept for me. I was scared but EMDR was my last resort. I thought to myself, “If this doesn't work, I will accept my fate to live tortured by my thoughts and ruled by my emotions."

     Although I was afraid to look back at the memories, I found an amazing EMDR therapist who helped me reprocess those events which were causing nightmares, racing thoughts, eating disturbances, and panic attacks. Participating in EMDR changed my life. I now have a new sense of self-confidence, which I never had before, as well as peace in my mind and body.

     I know want to share with others the lasting results of EMDR therapy.

Afternoon Light

If you are ready to take that first step towards healing, please contact me. 





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