I consider EMDR therapy to be the most important development in my practising lifetime, which neither psychiatrists, psychologists, general practitioners, social workers, patients, nor even neuroscientists can afford to ignore.
1. Personal Consultation
2. Case Consultation
3. Professional Consultation
EMDR therapy bridges the mind-body dichotomy like no other therapy I have ever encountered. In my view, it is the natural heir to the best in both the major traditions (cognitive-behavioural and psychodynamic) and a host of minor ones.
As a medical practitioner and a generalist, I am deeply concerned about the growing dependence on medication, both prescribed and self-prescribed. EMDR therapy offers hope of a truly naturalistic treatment for even the most distressed persons. I am happy to present on EMDR therapy to any professional group that might be interested in it