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Davis Deen

Davis has over 20 years experience in the healthcare sector. He has worked in various mental health roles within the NHS, Ministry of Defence and within private health care.

Davis possesses a strong track record as a mental health nurse, working in clinical education, trauma & stress therapy and general mental health.

He has a particular interest in seeing how he can apply his love of the arts & mental health therapy to develop methods specifically designed to improve trauma care.

EyeMovement.co.uk is a resource for you to explore Davis Deen’s EMDR techniques and discover how he can help you through any mental health issues you may be experiencing.

It will help you to learn how this therapy can help if you have suffered among other issues;

  • Trauma / Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Depression
  • Anxiety Disorder
  • Bereavement
  • Performance anxiety eg. sports, acting, music, exams
  • Pain
  • Addiction
  • Stress


Tel: 07838 177 546

Email: info@eyemovement.co.uk

Website: EyeMovement.co.uk

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What is EMT?

EMT is otherwise known as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing Therapy)

Traumatic events can be overwhelming, those affected may find that they are unable to process the cause of it as they would with a ‘normal’ memory. It may be as if the traumatic memory becomes frozen in the person’s mind, and this causes them to see, feel, hear and even taste or smell how and what they felt at the time of the incident. EMT is often used with serving personnel and veterans.

These feelings can often be intense and frightening/distressing.

As a result of these feelings, the person affected may avoid certain situations in the fear of the memory resurfacing in a realistic and detrimental way. Distress will often be triggered by a situation that simply reminds them of the trauma that occurred.

EMT works by using side-to-side eye movement and in-turn, this eye movement can unblock the frozen information caused by trauma and allow it to be processed correctly through bi-lateral stimulation.

Throughout EMT, patients will often find that the feelings they had once experienced seem to lose intensity. This helps the traumatic memories and feelings to become more ‘ordinary’ memories that are easier for one to cope with.

EMT has been developed from the same principal as rapid eye movement (REM) which occurs naturally through sleep. EMT is proven by many to reduce distress including physical reactions to traumatic situations.

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