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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing — EMDR Therapist, Doctorate in Toxicology, Toxicologist

Can you do EMDR online therapy?

EMDR therapy can absolutely be done online using any number of online video conferencing and telemedicine platforms. The only requirements for successful online therapy is a good Internet connection, a screen, a camera and a microphone.

EMDR therapy works by using bilateral stimulation of the brain, either through eye movements, sound tones, or tapping, while exploring negative beliefs and key memories. Emdr online therapy is done using eye movements and or guided tapping, and follows the exact same process as in-person therapy. The same precautions are taken for online therapy, as in-person therapy, to ensure your safety and readiness for EMDR prior to beginning the bilateral stimulation phase of the therapy.

EMDR online therapy is just as effective as in-person therapy. Online therapy offers the added benefit of allowing you to be matched with the best therapist to meet your needs across the globe regardless of your location.

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