Mental Therapy and Counseling near Tampa, FL

What is EMDR therapy?

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is the practice of helping someone’s trauma through periodic visual stimulation. It has proven to be an effective treatment to help patients heal traumatic events, negative reactions, and other triggers.

Helps Recover From...

  • PTSD
  • Sexual Assault and Abuse
  • Panic Attacks, Anxiety and Phobia Disorders
  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorders
  • Grief and Loss

Who is EMDR therapy for?

EMDR is used with a variety of clients who have experienced trauma; however, it is not limited to assisting only in the recovery of PTSD. It is also useful for clients who are dealing with anxiety, depression, childhood issues, sexual assault and abuse, bipolar disorders and grief and loss.

What should I expect during the therapy session?

Before EMDR takes place, the client and therapist will decide if EMDR is right for the individual client and educate the client on the techniques. Clients will work with a professionally trained therapist in EMDR. The process requires the client to be open with the therapist. The client is in complete control of the process, the therapist will assist and equip the client through EMDR exercises. Once the trauma is identified, the therapist will help clients walk through various aspects of this event. This helps clients to identify and address all the aspects of trauma, in 365 degrees manner. These different aspects include a visual memory, negative thoughts associated with the trauma, adaptive or positive thoughts and feelings, and beliefs, and emotions.


How do I get started with New Life 360, Inc. to receive this type of therapy?

At New Life 360, Inc. we have trained therapists who can answer any questions you may have about the therapeutic process and how to get started. The earliest appointment will be scheduled with a professional of your choice. We have qualified staff that are specialized in various types of therapy that can assist you with your presenting problems. It is recommended that you review any questions or concerns regarding the process that you may have. An evaluation and treatment planning is prepared for an accurate assessment of the problem and how to best treat the problem.