Client Feedback

Anon

After almost 50 years of experiencing addictive problems, I was directed towards EMDR.  I must say that initially I did not think there was any hope on the horizon for me, having tried good old ‘will power’ for many years.  I guess I had reached a stage in my life where I thought “what the heck, let’s give it a go.”

I was a complete stranger to the techniques used in EMDR, sometimes even feeling a little silly, watching flashing lights.  But without going into too much detail, one day something clicked, I couldn’t tell you what it was, but the addiction of over 50 years, had lost its power over me.  Being cynical I waited for its return.  It didn’t.

Sarah

EMDR therapy really worked for me. I felt safe and it helped me to overcome difficulties that I could not put into words easily and that I had struggled with for 35 years.
It was also fun and I shall miss working with Eric.

 

Anon

I just wanted to let you know that I have just become registered again as a theatre nurse!! I know I would never have been able to do this without the EMDR therapy and your expertise!!

Sam

Two months ago I struggled to understand my own thought process, suffered with anger and was tackling what I thought was OCD. I had tried everything possible to overcome my day to day challenges, that’s what I thought at least before being introduced to EMDR. I will admit I was very open minded to the thought of this and because of the outcome I would highly recommend this type of therapy to anyone, and ask that any individual that may be a pessimist, to give it a chance. In two months I went from relying on my partner to be on the phone while I checked everything from taps, plug sockets and locking my doors , alongside taking my straighteners to work due to the level of self-doubt, to touching base with the person I used to know. I had reconnected with my old self; someone much calmer, fun and one to live in the moment. The intensive demand to check things reduced and the morning after my fourth session I left my house without my straighteners!

After only a couple of sessions it came to light all of the above was stemmed from unresolved grief and the journey ahead was challenging however self-rewarding. My therapist was both understanding and supportive when times were tough but at no point did I feel judged. I wouldn’t be where I am today without EMDR.

Lynn

I have just completed a course of EMDR. Not only has it helped me to overcome anxiety attacks , it also allowed me to gently unearth and find healing from the effects of a deep seated, unresolved grief.

I am so grateful to my therapist for leading me through this process with such skill, gentleness and encouragement.  I would definitely recommend EMDR.

Anon

I was very pessimistic about the therapy at first but I found it helped a great deal when I bought into it. I am nicely surprised by the progress I made. The whole process helped me a great deal

Joanne

When we discussed EMDR I must admit that I was a bit sceptical but was also willing to give it a go as I knew this would be a quicker way of helping me to deal with the trauma.  As the sessions went on I did think “I’m not sure about this” but then I really started to feel the benefit and the more I relaxed into it the more I got out of it. Now as I look back I feel that I am definitely better equipped to deal with my past trauma and that memories are a pleasure to look back on rather than unbelievably painful.

Karen

After a very traumatic birth and being a bit worried about trying EMDR, I found it a great help. From feeling I would never be able to cope with life, to now really enjoying it again and my new family. I would definitely recommend it

Miss Blake

I really benefited from EMDR… I’m happier, calmer & less stressed

Cliff

Remembering forgotten childhood hurt with EMDR was remarkably easy and painless. Once remembered, my feelings of vulnerability associated with the bad memories just disappeared. The effect has been so profound I now feel I’m somebody else

Ann

I can and do highly recommend the bereavement counselling that Eric provided me after the stillbirth of my son Harvey at full term, the process of EMDR has really helped me to deal with all of the painful memories of the event and I am left being able to talk and think about the event without getting over emotional.  I feel much more at peace with what has happened and able to move forward.

Anon

Before I became referred to Sonya for the treatment of my anger/depression I thought there would be no therapy which would help. EMDR was suggested (by my G.P.) and I felt apprehensive at first.  I then proceeded with the therapy and couldn’t believe the difference in the way I felt and the speed at which I could process my troubles and fears.  I could recommend this to anyone who has similar or the same problems.

Jane

EMDR has made such a huge difference to my life. it helped me make sense and understand some very painful memories, it also changed the way I saw some disturbing images almost replacing them with much more positive ones. I only wish I had known about EMDR sooner as it has put to rest a lot of demons and given me a much clearer future.

Angela

Having been through lots of counselling over many years, I wasn’t sure whether I would benefit from those recommended by the Children’s Centre.  I was pleasantly surprised when my counselling didn’t focus/blame my marriage, as previous counselling had.  It focused on my past and introduced EMDR, which I had never heard of. I can seriously say that this treatment has refocused my mind, I now go into situations full of confidence which previously I would have shied away from.  My confidence has vastly improved and has already been recognised by colleagues at work.  I would highly recommend EMDR to anyone.

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