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INTENSIVE EMDR THERAPY

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Intensives are structured, short-term therapy sessions designed to help clients process trauma in a concentrated and efficient manner. Instead of weekly sessions, EMDR Intensives offer multiple extended sessions over a shorter period, allowing for deeper and more rapid processing of traumatic memories.

Benefits of Intensive EMDR Therapy

- Focused Trauma Processing: You can make significant progress in a condensed timeframe.

- Efficient Healing: You return to your day-to-day with the trauma work completed, allowing for less time in weekly therapy and more time to enjoy your life.

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How it Works

Reach out to me to learn more and discuss if an EMDR Intensive is right for you. During the initial consultation, I will review your history, and learn more about you and your goals, and assess your readiness for Intensive EMDR Therapy. 

Depending on your needs and goals, we will schedule 1-4 days of Intensive EMDR therapy.

This intensive experience will be intense, but research shows it can be as effective as months of therapy completed in a short time, allowing you to get back to your life quickly.

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Pricing and Packages

1-Day Intensive

Rate: $3,000

Includes:

  • Initial Consultation

  • 6-hours of EMDR therapy

  • Follow-up session

 

2-Day Intensive

Rate: $5,500

Includes:

  • Initial Consultation

  • 12-hours of EMDR therapy

  • Follow-up session

 

3-Day Intensive

Rate: $8,000

Includes:

  • Initial Consultation

  • 18-hours of EMDR therapy

  • Follow-up session

 

4-Day Intensive

Rate: $10,500

Includes:

  • Initial Consultation

  • 24-hours of EMDR therapy

  • Follow-up session

To learn more about  EMDR Intensives, read this article: The Economic Value of Intensive Trauma Therapy

Please note that insurance does not cover EMDR Intensives.

In an effort to make this valuable service more accessible, I offer a 20% discount to mental health professionals and BIPOC individuals.

Please reach out to me to learn more.

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What Does the Research Say?

EMDR, as a treatment for PTSD, C-PTSD, and other disorders, has over 30 years of robust research supporting its efficacy.  The research supporting the efficacy of Intensive EMDR therapies is strong and growing.  Read published research supporting the Intensive EMDR format here, here, and, here.

Reach out to me and find out if an EMDR intensive is right for you. Sometimes, healing does not have to take as long as you may think.

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