EMDR Therapy
in Bucks County, PA

Helping You Process Trauma

Together, we can help you take back control

Trauma Affects Everyone Differently

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Can Help You Move Forward

Trauma looks different in everyone. No matter what you’ve experienced or how your trauma is impacting you, we know how to help. With EMDR therapy in Bucks County, you can start to take back control and power in your life.

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We Know One Thing For Sure, You're a Survivor

You’re already surviving, that’s a fact, and if that’s enough for you today, we respect that and are here if you ever change your mind. But if you’re feeling like there’s more to address and work on, we’re ready to teach you the skills to help overcome your trauma.

Therapy for trauma

Therapy for Trauma Can Be Simple...

Our therapists can make working through your trauma simple, but that doesn’t mean it will be easy. Here’s the thing though, we know you can handle it. We know you want to get better and that you’ll collaborate with your therapist each week to work through your trauma and feel better.

You’re already surviving, that’s a fact. But if you’re feeling like there’s more to address and work on, we’re ready to teach you the skills to help you overcome your trauma.

Reflective Contemplation in Bucks County, PA: An image featuring a professional woman at her desk, holding a pen to her chin while gazing upwards in deep thought. The scene captures a moment of introspection, underscoring the significance of therapies like EMDR in Bucks County, PA, where individuals explore their thoughts and emotions to achieve healing and personal growth.

Is EMDR Therapy Right For Me?

We’re not here to judge you for what you’ve gone through, big or small; if it’s bothering you, it’s worth talking about. EMDR can help address various concerns that you want to work on. Sometimes, it might be short-term that you do to supplement your weekly therapy. Other times, it can be a longer-term therapy where you and your therapist continue to work together even after the EMDR process is completed.

EMDR Therapy Can Be Used To Help

Trauma / PTSD



Other Concerns

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How Can EMDR Therapy Help?

Everything feels more challenging when dealing with trauma, depression, anxiety, or substance abuse. Going to work, socializing with friends, or just getting out of your head can be a struggle.

Together, we are going to identify the root causes of your concerns. We’re going to uncover why you react the way you do. And we’re going to teach you skills to make your thoughts less distressing. We will work together to help you get back to living your life. We will help you feel better.

EMDR therapy works, and you won’t have to talk about anything you’re not ready to. We will move at your pace and make sure you feel safe, heard, and in control the entire time.

Call us today to learn more about how you can take back the power in your life.

Speak To An EMDR Expert

If you or a family member are considering EMDR therapy, Ally Psych will provide you with the right mental health resources to start feeling better.

Attend your session in-person at our comfortable Bucks County office or a simple, secure video therapy call.

Frequently Asked Questions on EMDR Therapy

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a form of therapy used to help individuals overcome a number of difficulties, but most often, trauma.

EMDR is a multi-step process that includes building up strong coping skills and gaining a better understanding of how various events or traumas in your life make you feel both physically and emotionally. To learn more details about how EMDR works, you can read our blog post about it HERE.

EMDR Therapy is most helpful for individuals who want to process their traumas and continue (or begin) their path to healing. EMDR can also be done at the same time as other therapies, so if you’re already working with a primary therapist, this would be an add-on, not a replacement.

The length of EMDR treatment varies for each person. While many factors are considered, one of the primary considerations is how many traumatic experiences (or traumas) you have survived and would like to process.

EMDR is best when you know you’re ready to process traumas that have been negatively impacting you more than you would like. EMDR can happen as a standalone therapy or in conjunction with traditional talk therapy you’re already doing.

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