EMDR Therapist Tamara E.Reilly

EMDR Network Therapist

Tamara E
Reilly
MA, Phd, candidate
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EMDR: A Breakthrough in Mental Health

What is EMDR?

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing

EMDR therapy is both a therapeutic tool and a trauma treatment that helps you address the challenges of your past, your present, and your future. Its effectiveness has been shown in many clinical studies and is the therapy of choice for traumatic memories and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). EMDR is effective with adults, youth and children, and the therapists listed here bring a wealth of wisdom and training to their skillful use of this powerful therapeutic tool.

It takes courage. When you can't figure out for yourself what needs to change, it takes courage to try something new. Choosing the right course of action is especially difficult when you are frustrated, discouraged and not sure who you can trust. Maybe you know you have a gift of skills and wisdom to offer the world, but obstacles keep blocking your success at work and in relationships. Maybe you are flooded with negative thoughts and emotions about yourself, other people and the state of the world. Or...maybe you just know "something's wrong."

Whether you want help for yourself, your child or your relationship, EMDR may be able to help. 

We invite you to explore this site and learn more about how unresolved issues from your past may keep you from enjoying success and happiness now and in the future. As compassionate professionals skilled in the therapeutic use of EMDR, we at the Network support your quest for health, happiness and well-being.

Did you know?  EMDR therapy is an accepted treatment for PTSD by the American Psychological Association (APA), Veterans Administration (VA), Department of Defense (DOD) and The International Society for Traumatic Stress (ISTSS).

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"EMDR changed the way my brain stored information and my body responded to emotional triggers. It's like putting together painful fragments of thought and memory into a cohesive and peaceful whole."
-C.A.

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