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What is EMDR

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, widely referred to by its initials EMDR, is a popular technique for the treatment of trauma. It was developed by Francine Shapiro in the 1980s and has been widely researched and proven to be an effective treatment method. Today, thousands of clinicians all over the world practice EMDR and use…

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The Importance of Sleep

The Importance of Sleep

We all know what it feels like to miss out on a good night’s sleep. New parents are kept awake by the needs of their infants. College students pull all-nighters to finish term papers. Restaurant-goers just can’t resist an after-dinner espresso, even if it means a night of tossing and turning because of it. When…

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the brain gut connection

The Brain-Gut Connection

Our digestive tracts are not just for processing food. They are also the home to countless microorganisms that live inside our bodies and aid our survival. Imbalances in the bacteria in our gut can lead to Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), diabetes, skin problems, bad breath, suppressed immunity, allergies, and iron-deficient anemia. Oftentimes, a healthy gut…

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client care

Client Care

SoPsyched Is dedicated to the highest level of client care. As SoPsyched’s founder, and former owner of three mental health programs; I have always been driven by the desire to prioritize quality of care over profits. There is much that goes into providing excellent client care. Having highly trained excellent staff and prioritizing doing whatever…

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connection

Connection

All humans need connection with other humans.  In fact, our very existence depends on it. Of course we know that human infants cannot care for themselves, but from the very beginning our need for connection and interaction goes much deeper than then the need for food, clothing and shelter.  John Bowlby, the father of attachment…

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