EMDR Specialist

Inlow Counseling -  - Mental Health Practice

Inlow Counseling

Mental Health Practice & Addiction Counseling located in Downtown, Noblesville, IN

If you struggle with anxiety, past trauma, attachment wounds, addictions, or other mental health conditions, turn to Inlow Counseling in Noblesville, Indiana. The skilled mental health specialists offer eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) to help you cope with mental health challenges and thrive in life. Call the office to learn more or schedule an appointment online today.

EMDR Q & A

What is EMDR?

EMDR, also called eye-movement desensitization and reprocessing, is a highly effective treatment for anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other mental health conditions that you or a loved one may encounter. It’s an 8-phase treatment program that helps you process and heal from past traumatic events.

What are the benefits of EMDR?

Some of the many benefits you can expect with EMDR at Inlow Counseling include:

  • Less stress
  • Less anxiety
  • Mood improvements
  • Addiction recovery
  • More happiness
  • Less fear

EMDR is a noninvasive treatment without any risks or side effects. It can dramatically improve your mental health, mood, and overall quality of life. 

Is EMDR right for me?

To find out if you’re a candidate for EMDR, your Inlow Counseling specialist discusses your medical history, past traumatic experiences, symptoms, and desired outcome. They ask a series of questions about your emotions, mood, and thought patterns to determine which mental health treatment is the most appropriate. 

Examples of traumatic experiences include car accidents, natural disasters, military combat, physical or sexual abuse, neglect, bullying, harassment, and the loss of a family member. 

What should I expect during EMDR sessions?

During EMDR sessions, you rest in a relaxing room with a compassionate mental health specialist. They encourage you to briefly focus on a traumatic memory while participating in bilateral eye movements. The treatment helps reduce the vividness and emotions associated with traumatic memories, helping your mind desensitize itself to past trauma.

What happens after EMDR treatment?

Your mental health provider often recommends a series of multiple EMDR sessions spaced over time to ensure the best and longest-lasting outcomes. After each treatment, you can expect a sense of relief as the stress of past trauma lessens.

You may also experience a stronger sense of self-esteem, self-love, and the ability to let go of negative or fearful thought patterns. EMDR helps you embrace a new way of living, feel a sense of happiness, and enjoy life to its fullest. Your specialist could combine EMDR with other treatments, such as medications and therapy.

To learn more about EMDR and find out if it’s right for you, call the Inlow Counseling office or schedule an appointment online today.