5 ways EMDR reduces reactivation
I had been seeing my therapist for around 6 months when she suggested that we use EMDR to reduce my reactivation related to specific events from my past and certain beliefs that I held about myself and my ability to manage stress. By this point, I had shared most of my memories of childhood abuse and neglect and both of us had a very good understanding of how these events effected my daily life. I was triggered by being alone, other people’s anger, any form of sexual violence shown on television or in movies, and the threat of scarcity of food or other necessary supplies.
Original Work Citation
Schultz, E. (2015, April 22). 5 ways EMDR reduces reactivation. Dropping Keys. Retrieved from http://droppingkeys.net/howemdrreducedmyreactivation/
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