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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is very different from traditional talk therapy. The EMDR therapist does not ask the client to talk extensively about her upsetting experience. The therapist gathers just enough data to help the client imagine the upsetting feelings while asking her to watch the therapist's hand move back-and-forth. These rhythmic eye movements calm the nervous system and allow the client's brain to process her thoughts in a new way. Within minutes, the information begins to transform from a visceral memory into something less overwhelming. In the early days of EMDR, it was believed that it should be used only to help survivors of catastrophic events who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder. But in more recent years, EMDR has been widely applied to help people who struggle with all kinds of anxiety and distress. Hundreds of studies have shown positive outcomes for people of all ages and backgrounds. 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