Did EMDR Help Evan Rachel Wood Take Down Marilyn Manson?

Sexual abuse survivors around the world cheered when Westwood star, Evan Rachel Wood shared her experiences of sexual abuse by her previous boyfriend, Marilyn Manson. Already a supporter of victim’s rights through charitable endeavours, Wood took it as far as the law. Many attest to the overwhelming fear to speak up against the “powerful few”…

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EMDR for Weight Loss: The ONE Thing Your Current Diet/Exercise Plan is Missing

You’ve tried eating Keto, you’ve tried Paleo, you’ve cut carbs, you’ve cut fat, you’ve cut sugar. You’ve spent thousands and thousands of dollars of diet plans and supplements — all promising that you’re going to go from zero to hero…if you JUST follow this plan. You go to the gym. You’ve sweat hundreds of thousands…

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STOP Procrastinating. Sooner Rather than Later.

Ever put off something for “later,” and then “later” never comes? Do you ever get started on something and then are easily distracted? And then you’re distracted again, and again…soon you forget what you first started doing? Do these patterns make you feel proud? How about clever? Probably not. Usually, people struggling with procrastination are…

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5 Tips to Know You’re Ready for Change

Change. That word alone can strike fear into the hearts of even the “strongest” of us. For some, the word “change” is synonymous with “growth,” “development,” “achievement,” “success,” “enlightenment,” and so on…but for others, the word “change” actually feels more like “death.” From the existential viewpoint, “change” means that we must relinquish the familiar, and…

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WTF is “EMDR?”

“EMDR” stands for “Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing.” Sounds scary, I know. The first time I heard of EMDR, I was in graduate school for my Master of Counselling Psychology degree at Adler University (then called Adler School of Professional Psychology). I thought it sounded “hoaxy” and “rigid.” Back then, it was claiming to be…

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