Thanks for the response. I was fascinated by my experience with EMDR. I felt I had dis-connected when I was assaulted. That's one of the discoveries we made during treatment. The resulting anxiety, stress, and fibromyalgia pain after the assault made so much sense after I read one of Francine Shapiro's books: EMDR, The Breakthrough Therapy for Overcoming Anxiety, Stress and Trauma. (I think that's how it's worded on the cover) I loaned the book out again this past week. It made so much sense when she explains that we expect the body to heal from a wound (cut, broken bone), so why shouldn't we expect that the mind could do the same. Again, I found the experience and results fascinating. I'm so thankful I was introduced to it. I understand that this is a forum for EMDR professionals, but I just wanted to share my positive experience with this therapy. Thank you.
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