Accelerated Resolution Therapy

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What is ART?

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) is a therapeutic approach that is used to treat the negative emotions and bodily sensations that are associated with pain and trauma. Like EMDR therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing), ART uses the power of eye movements to help shift traumatic memories towards more positive associations and images. ART incorporates aspects of EMDR, Gestalt/IFS therapies and CBT therapy into it’s structure and helps you move through your traumatic memories more quickly and efficiently.

What do you need to know about ART?

ART was developed through the practice and experiences of it’s creator, Laney Rosenzsweig. ART does not require you to talk about your traumatic experiences and uses eye movements to support the brain or the mind’s eye to move towards healing. Relief can come in just one session of ART therapy although may also reveal other problems that can continue to be treated with ART therapy.

What is ART used to treat?

ART can be used to treat PTSD, grief, depression, eating disorders and anxiety symptoms.

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What are the benefits of ART?

  • ART is a guided process so it is easy for both a therapist and client to follow. 
  • It is evidence based and can be used to treat a number of mental health conditions. 
  • ART is meant to be delivered in-person to enhance the connection between the client and therapist.  
  • Generally, ART requires fewer sessions than other types of therapy.
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Need More Help?

Call Jenna at 506-217-8433

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