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Invisible Illness

Prince Harry Shared EMDR With the World

My experience learning to practice EMDR therapy

EMDR therapy | Credit: Laurence Soulez | iStockphoto.com (under license)

My client watches the movement of my wand as I softly use the cadence comments, “just notice” and “that’s right.” After 15–20 passes of my wand, I ask her, “what’s coming up now?”

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We don't talk enough about mental health.

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Danell teNyenhuis Black

Danell teNyenhuis Black

Widow, Mother, Wife, Associate Professional Clinical Counselor. Recovering Republican trying to find my way. https://www.danellt9.com/. Danellt9@gmail.com

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