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Unlock Healing: Exploring the Power of EMDR Therapy

In the realm of mental health treatment, one name is making waves for its revolutionary

approach to healing trauma: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

therapy. Led by our skilled EMDR therapist, Luna Fumagalli, our practice is proud to offer

this therapy model, and we're here to shed light on its remarkable benefits.

What is EMDR Therapy?

EMDR is an approach of psychotherapy that has been gaining recognition for its profound

impact on treating various psychological conditions, particularly trauma-related disorders.

But what exactly does it entail?

In essence, EMDR works by harnessing the brain's natural ability to process and heal from

traumatic experiences. Unlike traditional talk therapy, EMDR engages both the mind and

body to process traumatic experiences and promote healing.

How Does EMDR Work?

At its core, EMDR therapy involves recalling distressing memories while our EMDR therapist

guides you through bilateral stimulation, such as eye movements or taps. This unique

combination of recalling traumatic experiences while experiencing rhythmic sensory input

helps the brain reprocess these memories, ultimately reducing their emotional charge.


One of the most compelling aspects of EMDR is its versatility. While initially developed to

treat PTSD, research has shown that EMDR can be effective for a wide range of mental

health issues, including anxiety, depression, and phobias. Moreover, EMDR may be

particularly beneficial for individuals who have not responded to traditional treatments,

offering hope and a fresh perspective on healing.


For those seeking reassurance, rest assured that EMDR therapy is grounded in solid

scientific evidence. Numerous studies have demonstrated its effectiveness, with research

consistently showing significant reductions in symptoms following EMDR treatment. If

you're curious to learn more, we've compiled a list of resources below to delve deeper into

the research supporting EMDR therapy:

Accessible Care: Covered by Medicare

EMDR therapy is covered by Medicare. This means that eligible individuals can access this treatment using a Mental Health Treatment Plan (MHTP) provided by a doctor.

Take the First Step Towards Healing

If you are interested in exploring EMDR therapy, we encourage you to take the first step

towards healing by contacting an EMDR therapist.

If you'd like to contact our practice to schedule an appointment with our EMDR therapist or learn more about our services, please don't hesitate to reach out. You can contact us by phone at 0293811510 or via email at Our team is here to answer any questions you may have and provide the support you need to begin your healing journey.

RISE Psychology Hub

Surry Hills NSW


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