About EMDR Intensives

The traditional model of weekly psychotherapy is shifting to meet your needs. Now more than ever, we need flexibility in how we get support.

Perhaps you’ve been meaning to get into weekly therapy for a while now, but your schedule has been so hectic and demanding that a weekly therapy appointment feels more overwhelming than supportive.

Perhaps you’re needing help —- and a lot of it—- right now, and you don’t want to spend months in the traditional weekly model of therapy treatment to feel better.

See if therapy is right for you!

Check out the FAQ page to learn more about the investment and expectations or contact us to schedule a free consultation!

EMDR intensives support the busy parent with kids doing virtual learning, the working professional who has even more on their plate since COVID, or the client who needs help now. Whatever the reason that weekly sessions just won’t work for you, EMDR intensives are available to support you during times you need help the most.
I offer EMDR intensives for my current clients when they are needing extra support, as well as new clients who prefer to work intensively.
EMDR is not just for trauma; it is also used for performance enhancement to excel in areas such as athletics, business, and relationships.
EMDR intensives are personalized treatment plans that allow you to skip the waitlist by giving you faster access to select spots, and are designed to support your preferred schedule and timeline for your treatment goals.


Intensive application of trauma-focused therapy seems to be well tolerated in patients with PTSD, enabling faster symptom reduction with similar, or even better, results, while reducing the risk that patients drop out prematurely. Learn more here and here.
Intensive EMDR treatment is feasible and is indicative of reliable improvement in PTSD symptoms in a very short time frame. Learn more here.
An intensive program using EMDR therapy is a potentially safe and effective treatment alternative for complex PTSD. Learn more here.
The economy is compelling: even compared to other trauma therapy, the intensive format may decrease treatment time, because of time not spent on:
  • checking in at the beginning of each session
  • addressing current crises and concerns
  • focusing on stabilizing and coping skills that the client won’t need after trauma healing
  • assisting the client in regaining composure at the end of the session. Learn more here.


  • Pre-consultation interview to assess for candidacy, as well as target unpleasant beliefs, body sensations, emotions, or images from which you are seeking relief.
  • Personalized treatment workbook, which allows you to work on your treatment goals before, during, and after our EMDR intensive sessions.
  • A customized treatment program with targeted treatment goals.
  • Post-treatment interview to assess and support your adaption to positive changes from treatment.
  • Ongoing intensive EMDR is available if you are wanting long-term support towards several treatment goals.


“I’ve worked with Rebecca for over a year now. I learned many things about myself that gave me an understanding of why I behaved the way I did in the past and why I behave the way I do now. However, for about the first six months of therapy, my sessions were conducted via teletherapy due to the Covid 19 pandemic. It wasn’t until I was able to meet Rebecca in person and she was able to perform EMDR that I “finally” gained a deep understanding of where my fears, anger, sadness, insecurities, etc. originated.

I’ve had about three EMDR sessions, but it wasn’t until the second session, that I had an “Ah Ha” moment. I was in tears; my emotions ran high. I finally learned the “whys” of my behaviors and beliefs. It was like a weight being lifted off my shoulders. I’ve regained my hope, confidence, and positive self-esteem. I now feel confident that my relationship with my fiancé will continue to grow more intimate; that I won’t sabotage relationships with family, friends, and co-workers; and that I can walk through life with a bounce in my step, rather than aimlessly dragging my feet.

My advice to anyone considering EMDR… Just Do It!”

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