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EMDR Successes for 2017

by / Wednesday, 10 January 2018 / Published in EMDR Successes

2017 EMDR Successes by Jeff Dwarshuis LMSW ACSW

Thank you to all of you for the referrals. Here is a list of some of the presenting problems (referrals) that were successfully treated with EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) since the beginning months of 2017

  1. Adult Anxiety and Marital Discord due to child neglect and verbal abuse.
  2. Adult Relational Hardship and loss due to relational conflict.
  3. Adult Anxiety due to a workplace conflicts and marital discord.
  4. Adult Performance Anxiety due to workplace change.
  5. Adult Anxiety and Depression due to ADHD performance struggles.
  6. Adult Social Anxiety due to child verbal abuse and bullying.
  7. Adult Panic Disorder due to childhood neglect, loss and verbal abuse.
  8. Adult Panic due to health struggles and loss.
  9. Adult PTSD due to sexual assault
  10. Adult Depression due to child sexual abuse.
  11. Adult Depression due to child physical, sexual and verbal abuse and neglect.
  12. Adult PTSD due to a traumatic medical procedure.
  13. Child Depression due to verbal abuse and neglect.
  14. Adult Anxiety due to childhood emotional abuse.
  15. Adult Anger and Depression due to child verbal abuse and neglect.
  16. Adult Flying Phobia.
  17. Adult Anxiety and relational discord due to a history of childhood emotional abuse.
  18. Adult Anxiety and self esteem struggles due to marital discord.
  19. Adult Anxiety due to a history of child neglect and loss.
  20. Adult Depression and Anxiety due to relational conflict and loss.
  21. Adult Depression and relational conflict due to child sexual abuse and neglect.
  22. Adult PTSD due to child verbal abuse and domestic violence.
  23. Adult PTSD due to child loss and neglect.
  24. Child Anxiety due to parental neglect.
  25. Adult Anxiety due to child loss and neglect.
  26. Adult performance struggles due to child neglect and loss.
  27. Adult PTSD due to the traumatic loss of a parent.

A partial list since I began tracking EMDR successes in my practice in 2007

Jeff Dwarshuis LMSW ACSW

 

 

 

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