Accelerated Resolution Therapy
The Evolution of Therapy
Things have changed a lot since therapy had it's beginnings with Freud. Most people who have experienced therapy, or who are new to therapy usually wonder, "how can talking with someone about my problems help to resolve them?"
Due to recent development in brain science and brain scan research, we now know a lot more about the brain than we ever have. But we still have a lot to learn.
Eye movement therapies have been around for over 30 years. And in recent years, they have been refined and adapted to work with the brains natural healing capability.
Here at Ascend Counseling & Coaching, we specialize in a refined and effective eye movement therapy called Accelerated Resolution Therapy, or ART.
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?
Is ART an 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 website, ART International Training & Research, and from the resources below. This page has a description of what a typical ART session looks like.
Where Can I Learn More About A.R.T.?
You can learn more about ART by watching the following videos:
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