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Here are Some Frequently Asked Questions

Here, we have compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions about what we do at TRT Group. If you have a question not answered, please reach out.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy is a type of psychotherapy that is primarily used to treat trauma-related disorders, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). EMDR therapy involves a combination of techniques, including eye movements, sounds, and tapping, to help individuals process traumatic memories and overcome emotional distress.

The benefits of using EMDR therapy include:

  1. Reduced symptoms of PTSD: EMDR therapy has been shown to be effective in reducing symptoms of PTSD, such as flashbacks, nightmares, and hypervigilance.
  2. Faster recovery from traumatic events: EMDR therapy has been shown to be effective in helping individuals recover from traumatic events more quickly than other forms of therapy.
  3. Improved emotional regulation: EMDR therapy can help individuals regulate their emotions and manage their reactions to stressors more effectively.
  4. Enhanced self-esteem and self-efficacy: EMDR therapy can help individuals develop a stronger sense of self-worth and self-confidence.
  5. Increased insight and understanding: EMDR therapy can help individuals gain a deeper understanding of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related to traumatic events.

Overall, EMDR therapy can be an effective treatment for individuals who have experienced trauma and are struggling with associated symptoms and distress. However, it’s important to note that EMDR therapy may not be suitable for everyone and should be discussed with a licensed mental health professional.

Mindfulness is a mental state of awareness and attention to the present moment without judgment, and it can enhance therapy in several ways. Here are some ways in which mindfulness can enhance therapy:

  1.  Increased self-awareness: Mindfulness can help individuals become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations. This increased self-awareness can help individuals identify patterns of thinking or behavior that may be contributing to their difficulties and work towards changing them.
  2. Reduced stress and anxiety: Mindfulness has been shown to be effective in reducing stress and anxiety. It can help individuals learn to regulate their emotions and manage their reactions to stressors more effectively, which can lead to greater emotional stability and resilience.
  3. Improved focus and attention: Mindfulness can help individuals develop greater focus and attention, which can be helpful in managing distractions and staying present in the therapeutic process.
  4. Enhanced interpersonal relationships: Mindfulness can help individuals become more attuned to the needs and perspectives of others, which can improve communication and relationships with others.
  5. Increased acceptance and non-judgment: Mindfulness involves accepting one's thoughts, feelings, and experiences without judgment. This can be helpful in therapy because it can help individuals develop greater self-compassion and reduce self-criticism.

Overall, mindfulness can enhance therapy by helping individuals develop greater self- awareness, reducing stress and anxiety, improving focus and attention, enhancing interpersonal relationships, and increasing acceptance and non-judgment. Mindfulness techniques can be incorporated into many types of therapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).


Trauma-focused care typically involves a range of interventions, including psychotherapy, medication, and complementary therapies such as mindfulness and yoga. The approach may also involve family therapy, case management, and peer support.

  1. Reducing the impact of trauma on an individual’s life
  2. Supporting individuals in their recovery from trauma
  3. Helping individuals develop skills and strategies to manage the effects of trauma
  4. Promoting resilience and empowerment

Overall, trauma-focused care is a comprehensive and holistic approach to healthcare that recognizes the complex and often long-lasting effects of trauma on an individual physical and mental health. It aims to provide the support and resources needed to help individuals recover and build resilience in the face of trauma.

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