The new quick-fix therapy
Anita Anderson tried all sort of ways to relieve her fear of flying. She listened to soft music before takeoff, make herself think soothing thoughts – nothing worked. Then, two years ago, the 52-year-old from Brewster, Massachusetts, learned that a psychotherapist friend of hers had been trained to perform EMDR, a new treatment that allegedly relieves anxiety quickly. She promptly made an appointment.
Original Work Citation
Gower, T. (2002, May). The new quick-fix therapy. Health, 98-99
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