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Accelerated Resolution Therapy

The Evolution of Therapy

Eye movement therapies have been around for over 30 years.  Here at Ascend Counseling & Coaching, we practice one of the most refined and effective eye-movement therapies in the helping professions that has been around for 16 years.

We are at the fore-front of using Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) to help clients heal from psychological trauma and other mental health symptoms. 

 

With this innovative therapy, feeling better doesn't have to wait.  Research shows that 70% of people who experience ART will feel a reduction and potential permanent resolution of their mental health symptoms in as little as 3.67 sessions.

ART brings about a majoy paradigm shift in the world of therapy that mental health symptoms don't have to be managed over a long period of time, they can be resolved.

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Ascend Specializes in ART

Ascend Counseling & Coaching's owner, Joseph L. Anderson, LCSW is the first Basic and Advanced clinical trainer of ART in Utah.  He received training from ART Developer, Laney Rosenzweig, LMFT and has trained over 300 clinicians across Utah and the Intermountain West.

As a result of his involvement in sharing ART with the world, he brings his consultation and experience to his staff here at Ascend.  Every staff members is trained in and using ART in their toolbox of clinical approaches to support clients.

ART works.  It will create positive shifts in each client who is motivated to feel different.  Don't hesitate to reach out to schedule a free consult today.

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Want to learn more about ART?

Is ART and evidence-based therapy?

 

Yes, ART is nationally recognized by the National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices.

 

More information about ART can be found on the official websiteART International Training & Research, and from the resources below. This page has a description of what a typical ART session looks like.

Is ART the same as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)?

No, these treatments are different although they share some similarities. ART and EMDR are both evidence-based treatments that use rapid eye movements to facilitate recovery of traumatic events. This article discusses some of their differences: Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART): Quick Fix for PTSD?

Where Can I Learn More About A.R.T.?

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