Trauma | PTSD
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a therapy developed in the late 1980s by California psychologist Francine Shapiro. It is used primarily in the treatment of patients who suffered a single traumatic event, such as rape, or are currently suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).More info
Learn more about post-traumatic stress disorder, an intense, pervasive, complicated condition that some develop in response to experiencing a traumatic event.More info
Since many of the symptoms look so similar, it’s difficult for most people to tell the difference between BPD and PTSD. From the outside looking in they might seem like the same exact
disorder. But to a trained psychologist armed with a patient’s history, the differences between the two are clear.