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H-EMDR combines Hypnotherapy interventions with a range of techniques and processes inspired by  EMDR.


EMDR, which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a type of therapy used to help people  access and process and resolve traumatic unpleasant and unresolved  memories and experiences.

H-EMDR works with past incidents, experiences, events which are unresolved in some way and impacting your current life in unwanted, even traumatic ways. Trauma is unique to each person. What is traumatic to one person may not be for another.

In H-EMDR, we start off by collecting information about the event and identifying triggers that can launch intrusive and upsetting thoughts, feelings, and actions.

Finally, we will work through coping strategies that will help you move forward in a positive way.


Throughout the process, you will be asked about different aspects of the incident, event or experience whilst doing self-applied bilateral stimulation which you will be taught, or whilst following my fingers if working in person.

You will always be aware of where you are, of me working with you. During the reprocessing, you will not need to probe , delve into or evaluate any aspect of the incident, including any images that come through for you or any feelings that may. All you will be asked to do is to simply be aware of them, notice them.

H-EMDR works just as well online as it does in person. 

What is Trauma?

Trauma, in simple terms, refers to a deeply distressing or disturbing experience that overwhelms a person's ability to cope. It can be caused by various events, such as accidents, abuse, violence, natural disasters, or sudden loss.

When someone goes through a traumatic experience, it can have lasting effects on their emotional, psychological, and physical well-being as it can disrupt the brain's typical memory processes, leading to fragmented, emotionally charged memories that are often difficult to process and integrate.  Symptoms of trauma may include anxiety, flashbacks, nightmares, mood swings, and difficulties in day-to-day functioning.

Ultimately, trauma is a deeply upsetting event that can impact a person's sense of safety, trust, and overall quality of life. It's important for individuals who have experienced trauma to seek support and professional help to heal and cope with its effects.

Book a free 15 minute breakthrough call to find out more about how H-EMDR can help you.

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