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Tim Young, emdr, Worcester, Worcestershire

Tim Young

MSc., P/G Dip.Psych.,P/G Dip.
Con.Sup,Dip.CBT, Dip.Couns.,Cert.Ed.

Counsellor
Psychotherapist
Clinical Supervisor
Counselling Trainer

 

What is EMDR?

Eye movement desensitisation and reprocessing, or EMDR, is form of psychotherapy to resolve the development of trauma related disorders caused by exposure to distressing events.

It is thought that when a distressing event occurs, it may overwhelm the usual coping mechanisms. The memory of the event gets hidden away in an isolated memory network. The aim of EMDR is to process the distressing memories and reduce their impact which leads to a better environment for the client.

The process of EMDR is a multi-phase approach with distinct actions and techniques used in each phase. Depending on the initial trauma, a series of revisions may be needed in each phase to ensure that the trauma is dealt with effectively.

The key phase of EMDR is the following of a moving object with the eyes whilst thinking about the traumatic event. The resulting connection between the eye movements and the feelings of the client determines how much the trauma is affecting them and how desensitised they have become.

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Worcester a city located on the River Severn and is in the county of Worcestershire. It has a famous history of porcelain through, the now closed down, Royal Worcester Porelain Works and the tangy sauce known as Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce. Worcester is home to Worcestershire County Cricket Club, Worcester City Football Club and Worcester Wolves basketball team.

It has rail links via two popular Worcester stations, Shrub Hill and Foregate Street and easy links to the motorway using junctions 6 and 7 of the M5.

Worcestershire is located close to the Welsh border and the West Midlands. It sits between Herefordshire in the West and Warwickshire in the East. Close to the popular town of Birmingham, it has easy links with most major towns in the midlands, south west and north.

Worcestershire is the birth county of Sir Edward Elgar whose compositions include Pomp and Circumstance.

The range of hills called the Malverns sits to the West of the county of Worcestershire and, allegdedly protects the county from the harsh west winds.

 

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