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What is EMDR Therapy and How Does it Work?
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What is EMDR Therapy and How Does it Work?

EMDR Therapist explains how a weird-looking therapy helps millions overcome anxiety, depression, substance use, grief, panic, PTSD, trauma, and other issues, answering the questions 'what is EMDR Therapy' and 'how does EMDR Therapy work'. What is EMDR Therapy? EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It's most popular for how effective it is for treating trauma and PTSD. EMDR Therapy often requires fewer sessions and doesn't require someone to talk in great detail about trauma. It can be done virtually or in person, with a trained EMDR Therapist. How does it work? EMDR replicates the function of a phase of our sleep called rapid eye movement sleep (REM sleep), where our brains are thought to be doing more heavy processing of our memories. This helps people to get stuck information (which can make people, places, or things triggering) unstuck so the body can resume it’s natural healing processing. 00:00 What is EMDR Therapy and How Does it Work? 00:14 What is EMDR Therapy? 01:17 What is trauma? 02:16 How someone knows if they have trauma 02:46 What does EMDR do? 04:30 How Does EMDR Therapy Work? 05:40 Where do triggers come from? 07:07 What does EMDR look like? 09:03 Conclusion Therapy Services You're tired of being dragged down by your past. No matter what you’ve achieved, you always doubt yourself. For no reason at all, even if you take good care of yourself, you often feel uncomfortable in your body. You just want to feel more safe and confident handling whatever comes your way. You want to believe in yourself so you can feel as if your achievements really mean something. You’re ready to let go of the past so you can make room for an exciting future. I can help you get there. If you are (1) in the state of Arizona (U.S.), (2) age 13+, (3) struggling with overthinking, stress, anxiety, or trauma, (4) and open to doing online therapy, follow the link below to see the insurances I accept and if I'm accepting new clients. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/bryan-gower-glendale-az/346385 I am unable to accept any requests directly through YouTube for online therapy. I am licensed only in Arizona. You can go to https://www.PsychologyToday.com, select 'Find a Therapist' at the top, and enter your area, in order to find a therapist. If you have health insurance, you can call the Customer/Member Care/Service phone number on the back of your health insurance card. Credits (in order of appearance) Intro and outro music is from an original song by Bryan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIttxWHyxuQ Video of young person in black by Mart Production from Pexels Video of teen with phone by CottonBro from Pexels Video of person sleeping by Ron Lach from Pexels Video of person having a nightmare by C Technical from Pexels Disclaimers EMDR Therapy should only ever be done with a trained EMDR Therapist, and no one should ever try to do EMDR Therapy on themselves. The information provided throughout this video and this channel by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin is solely intended for informational and entertainment purposes and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding medical or mental health conditions. Although Bryan Gower is a Licensed Counselor, the views expressed on this site/channel/page/video or any related content should not be taken as relationship, medical, psychological, and/or psychiatric advice. Always consult with your physician, counselor, psychologist, and psychiatrist before making any decisions related to your physical or mental health. Do not disclose any sensitive health/medical information on YouTube, Google, or any social media. The information you share is not confidential anywhere on these platforms. Posts/comments/replies/likes/reactions by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin to other YouTube, Google, and social media users does not create a provider-client relationship. If you are in an emergency or crisis, please call the emergency hotline (e.g., 9-1-1) for your area. National (United States) Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
What Does Virtual EMDR Therapy Look Like?
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What Does Virtual EMDR Therapy Look Like?

EMDR Therapist explains and shows the different parts of EMDR processing while answering the question 'What Does Virtual EMDR Therapy Look Like?' Wondering what EMDR Therapy even is? Watch this video first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kHI0WeT1pE&ab_channel=AriseWithin EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It's most popular for how effective it is for treating trauma and PTSD, however it is also effective in treating anxiety, depression, grief, substance use, panic, and other issues. There are 8 phases of EMDR Therapy. This video shows phases 4, 5, and 6, which some EMDR Therapists refer to as EMDR processing, and these phases are explained. Most often, these are the phases that people want to see when they ask 'What Does Virtual EMDR Therapy Look Like?' Virtual EMDR Therapy can involve different forms of bilateral stimulation, which means stimulating one side of the body and then the other side of the body, repeatedly alternating left and right. In this video, the most common types of bilateral stimulation for virtual EMDR Therapy are shown. 00:00 What Does Virtual EMDR Therapy Look Like? 00:38 Phase 4: Desensitization, eye movements, and tones 02:30 Phase 4: Desensitization and tapping 05:06 Phase 5: Installation 07:21 Phase 6: Body Scan with disturbance 08:35 Phase 6: Body Scan without disturbance 9:10 Tactile bilateral stimulation in virtual EMDR 9:45 Conclusion Therapy Services You're tired of being dragged down by your past. No matter what you’ve achieved, you always doubt yourself. For no reason at all, even if you take good care of yourself, you often feel uncomfortable in your body. You just want to feel more safe and confident handling whatever comes your way. You want to believe in yourself so you can feel as if your achievements really mean something. You’re ready to let go of the past so you can make room for an exciting future. I can help you get there. If you are (1) in the state of Arizona (U.S.), (2) age 13+, (3) struggling with overthinking, stress, anxiety, or trauma, (4) and open to doing online therapy, follow the link below to see the insurances I accept and if I'm accepting new clients. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/bryan-gower-glendale-az/346385 I am unable to accept any requests directly through YouTube for online therapy. I am licensed only in Arizona. You can go to https://www.PsychologyToday.com, select 'Find a Therapist' at the top, and enter your area, in order to find a therapist. If you have health insurance, you can call the Customer/Member Care/Service phone number on the back of your health insurance card. Credits Intro and outro music is from an original song by Bryan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIttxWHyxuQ Illustrations of video game controllers by GG125FR from Pixabay. Disclaimers EMDR Therapy should only ever be done with a trained EMDR Therapist, and no one should ever try to do EMDR Therapy on themselves. The information provided throughout this video and this channel by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin is solely intended for informational and entertainment purposes and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding medical or mental health conditions. Although Bryan Gower is a Licensed Counselor, the views expressed on this site/channel/page/video or any related content should not be taken as relationship, medical, psychological, and/or psychiatric advice. Always consult with your physician, counselor, psychologist, and psychiatrist before making any decisions related to your physical or mental health. Do not disclose any sensitive health/medical information on YouTube, Google, or any social media. The information you share is not confidential anywhere on these platforms. Posts/comments/replies/likes/reactions by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin to other YouTube, Google, and social media users does not create a provider-client relationship. If you are in an emergency or crisis, please call the emergency hotline (e.g., 9-1-1) for your area. National (United States) Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
How to tell if you had childhood trauma
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How to tell if you had childhood trauma

Trauma therapist explains the top 10 missed childhood trauma and the effects by addressing 'how to tell if you had childhood trauma.' This can help inform decisions about how important it may be for someone to engage in trauma therapy. Trauma experienced during childhood can be the most difficult to identify. Millions of people around the world continue to be affected in their every day life because of trauma they experienced as a child. Awareness of what trauma can look like during childhood and its effects can help someone to begin the process of overcoming trauma. People don't have to continue to feel held down by their past. They can lead a life feeling free. 00:00 Introduction 01:00 10. Death and loss 01:46 9. Accidents 02:10 8. Caregivers' problems 03:02 7. Neglect 03:49 6. Early sexual experiences 04:24 5. Emotional/verbal/psychological abuse 04:53 4. Physical abuse 05:35 3. Divorce 05:59 2. Trauma before we can remember 06:52 1. Bullying 07:37 How to tell if you had childhood trauma 9:00 Conclusion Therapy Services You're tired of being dragged down by your past. No matter what you’ve achieved, you always doubt yourself. For no reason at all, even if you take good care of yourself, you often feel uncomfortable in your body. You just want to feel more safe and confident handling whatever comes your way. You want to believe in yourself so you can feel as if your achievements really mean something. You’re ready to let go of the past so you can make room for an exciting future. I can help you get there. If you are (1) in the state of Arizona (U.S.), (2) age 13+, (3) struggling with overthinking, stress, anxiety, or trauma, (4) and open to doing online therapy, follow the link below to see the insurances I accept and if I'm accepting new clients. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/bryan-gower-glendale-az/346385 I am unable to accept any requests directly through YouTube for online therapy. I am licensed only in Arizona. You can go to https://www.PsychologyToday.com, select 'Find a Therapist' at the top, and enter your area, in order to find a therapist. If you have health insurance, you can call the Customer/Member Care/Service phone number on the back of your health insurance card. Credits Intro and outro music is from an original song by Bryan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIttxWHyxuQ Like and subscribe animation by epicgamer11 from Pixabay Disclaimers The information provided throughout this video and this channel by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin is solely intended for informational and entertainment purposes and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding medical or mental health conditions. Although Bryan Gower is a Licensed Counselor, the views expressed on this site/channel/page/video or any related content should not be taken as relationship, medical, psychological, and/or psychiatric advice. Always consult with your physician, counselor, psychologist, and psychiatrist before making any decisions related to your physical or mental health. Do not disclose any sensitive health/medical information on YouTube, Google, or any social media. The information you share is not confidential anywhere on these platforms. Posts/comments/replies/likes/reactions by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin to other YouTube, Google, and social media users does not create a provider-client relationship. If you are in an emergency or crisis, please call the emergency hotline (e.g., 9-1-1) for your area. National (United States) Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).
How to stop reacting to everything - Non-reactivity meditation
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How to stop reacting to everything - Non-reactivity meditation

Therapist shows how to train the mind & body to stop reacting to everything. This 10-minute non-reactivity meditation is a step by step practice that can be done regularly. Learn by doing. Experience firsthand how to objectively observe your experience and use that information to make conscious decisions on how to respond, instead of immediately react. Near the end of the video, tips are given on how to take the practice into everyday life. Watch this video, if you want to be a more intentional person. Want to skip straight to the non-reactivity meditation? Follow this link: https://youtu.be/rGd8xjU5BAk?t=40 00:00 Introduction 00:40 Non-reactivity meditation 09:07 How to stop reacting to everything 10:51 The challenge & conclusion Therapy Services If you are (1) in the state of Arizona (U.S.), (2) age 13+, (3) struggling with overthinking, stress, anxiety, or trauma, (4) and open to doing online therapy, follow the link below to see the insurances I accept and if I'm accepting new clients. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/bryan-gower-glendale-az/346385 I am unable to accept any requests directly through YouTube for online therapy. I am licensed only in Arizona. You can go to https://www.PsychologyToday.com, select 'Find a Therapist' at the top, and enter your area, in order to find a therapist. If you have health insurance, you can call the Customer/Member Care/Service phone number on the back of your health insurance card. Credits Like and subscribe animation by epicgamer11 from Pixabay Intro and outro music is from an original song by Bryan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hIttxWHyxuQ Video of the coast and ocean by Oleksandr Pidvalnyi Disclaimers The information provided throughout this video and this channel by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin is solely intended for informational and entertainment purposes and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding medical or mental health conditions. Although Bryan Gower is a Licensed Counselor, the views expressed on this site/channel/page/video or any related content should not be taken as relationship, medical, psychological, and/or psychiatric advice. Always consult with your physician, counselor, psychologist, and psychiatrist before making any decisions related to your physical or mental health. Do not disclose any sensitive health/medical information on YouTube, Google, or any social media. The information you share is not confidential anywhere on these platforms. Posts/comments/replies/likes/reactions by Bryan Gower and AriseWithin to other YouTube, Google, and social media users does not create a provider-client relationship. If you are in an emergency or crisis, please call the emergency hotline (e.g., 9-1-1) for your area. National (United States) Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Transcript of highlights Today, I'm going to show you something that you can do to help yourself to be less reactive towards anything that might come your way and trigger you. Whether it's an annoying person, some noises that keep getting on your nerves, or just some emotions or thoughts you often get caught up in, we're going to do a little practice that can help you to train your mind and body so that you're not getting attached so quickly and easily to those things and instead create some space. All you have to do is just follow along and, if you stick around to the end, I'll talk about the idea of non-reactivity and how you can apply that to your everyday life. In a lifestyle where we might be continuously on the go, trying to get stuff done and check things off of our to-do list, it can be so easy for us to just react to something that's happening. Whether it's a sound that's annoying us, like some neighbors being noisy, or if it's more like this pain in your side that keeps getting on your nerves, or it's more like this emotion that you'd rather not feel, like anger, when we're on autopilot it's just pretty easy for us to immediately react to something. Though what we can do is instead just notice more deeply what's happening within us by being aware of our physical sensations, those things you feel inside your body, and even other things too, like urges, behaviors, and emotions, without getting caught up in any of them. To be able to be an objective observer about any of those things popping up just makes it so that we can take in important information and, by doing so, slow enough that we can make a conscious decision how we want to respond as opposed to immediately reacting. #nonreactivity #nonreactive #10minutemeditation #guidedmeditation #guidedmeditations #meditation #meditationvideo #meditationvideos #guidedmeditationvideo #guidedmeditationvideos #meditations #meditate #meditating #mindfulness #mindfulnessmeditation #mindful #mindfullness #mindfullnessmeditation #mindfulnessvideo #mindfulnessvideos #unintentionalasmr

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