EMDR can help you improve your achievement and performance by identifying and releasing  the fears  and anxiety  that limit your ability to show up at your most optimal level. 

Use EMDR to remove limitations so you achieve your personal best!

Common situations in which anxiety might be present:

  •  Public Speaking
  •  Social Settings
  •  Performing
  •  Driving
  •  Flying
  •  Medical Procedures
  •  Dental Visits and Procedures
  •  Exam/ Test Taking
  •  Sporting Events
  •  Presentations
  •  Interacting with new people
  • ​Cancer Treatment
  • ​Sex



Are you experiencing feelings of worry, unease, nervousness or apprehension?

Do you notice these feelings in your body?

Do these feelings stop you from doing what you want?

Are you ever paralyzed when put on the spot?

Are you ever unable to perform the way you wanted to?  

Does the fear and worry ever consume your thoughts?

Some life transitions that EMDR can help with:

  • Pregnancy
  • Childbirth
  • Postpartum depression
  • Parenting
  • Graduation
  • Moving
  • Marriage
  • Heartbreak
  • Career Development
  • Unemployment
  • Career Transitions
  • Retirement
  • Disease
  • Empty Nest
  • Divorce
  • Caregiving
  • Menopause
  • Aging
  • Grieving and Loss

Utilization of EMDR allows us to address the negative beliefs that prevent us from moving through life transitions with ease and confidence. EMDR provides us freedom from our limiting beliefs and empowers us to live fully in the present with the knowledge that we are capable and equipped to successfully navigate and flourish during life transitions.

Everything Changes...

 Are you excited, hopeful and filled with a sense of adventure?

​ Are you embracing the change with ease?


Are you filled with worry and doubt?

 Feeling afraid of the unknown?

 Do you feel overcome with anxiety and too unsure to take the next step?

Part of our progression through the life cycle involves periods of significant change. Transitions represent moments in our lives in which we step out of our comfort zone and into the unknown. Sometimes we take these steps with excitement, hope and a sense of adventure. In other moments we may find ourselves overwhelmed, paralyzed by fear, plagued with doubt or stressed by the possibility of change.

In these moments we often find ourselves “frozen” and unable to take the next step even when we logically know it is a healthy choice. We stand at the edge of the cliff wondering how we are supposed to take the next step when we can’t see a net below. As the negative beliefs persist and perpetuate in our thoughts we experience feelings of anxiety, apprehension and fear.

Transitions & Anxiety

Free from Limitations... Live Fully in the Present