EMDR

I practice Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) which is helpful for a wide range of mental health concerns. Eye movements or other forms of bilateral stimulation seem to activate your problem solving process; something that happens during REM sleep when your eyes are darting back and forth. By focusing on a specific problem, and both its negative and positive emotions, sensations, and beliefs, then adding bilateral stimulation, your brain begins problem solving. Since you are focused on the specific problem, your brain is able to work through it more effectively than what would happen if it randomly comes up while you are sleeping. EMDR is a very effective therapy intervention for anxiety, grief, phobias, addictions, pain, trauma, PTSD, and other mental health issues. 

"Rhonda's gift goes beyond physical healing. I honestly believe that she has the ability to guide and assist in the healing of the soul of a person. I know this because Rhonda did that for me. She took my hand and gently, kindly, and compassionately guided my fractured soul through the darkness of grief and into a state of wholeness and well-being."
- Susan
 
As a colleague, I found Rhonda to have a unique ability to connect instantly with clients. Her integrity, expertise, and experience offer positive solutions to the hurting.
– Tonya Ragan
 

"Rhonda has provided a safe place for me to unpack my emotions, deal with myself, and conquer trauma that has plagued different areas of my life. She has empowered me to be the best version of myself. I am so thankful that I have the opportunity to call her my therapist."

- Tionna

 

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