My name is Michiel Bosman, and I am an online psychiatrist with a specialization in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR for short. As you may know, EMDR is an evidence-based therapy that can be highly effective for treating trauma, anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions.
Over the years, I have seen how EMDR can transform lives, and I am passionate about making this therapy more accessible to people who may be struggling with the aftermath of traumatic events. That's why I have created an EMDR course that helps clients prepare for their EMDR sessions and learn more about trauma and the brain.
In this blog, I will be dropping regular articles about EMDR, including tips and strategies to help you get the most out of your therapy sessions. I will cover topics like how EMDR works, what to expect during a session, and how to manage any discomfort or intense emotions that may arise. My goal is to provide you with valuable information and insights that can help you feel more confident and empowered as you embark on your EMDR journey.
I encourage you to come back to this page regularly to see what's new. You can also sign up for my newsletter to be the first to hear about new articles and resources. In the mean time, if you want to have a chat or learn more about my online EMDR offerings, make sure to reach out to me!
Michiel Bosman MD
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