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Zero Disturbance

Zero Disturbance

Hosted by: Kambria Evans, The Teaching & Learning EMDR Consultant

Listen to the conversations clients and their therapists should be having. At Zero Disturbance we empower clients & their therapists to work smarter, not harder through comprehensive learning on clinical reasoning...

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Episodes

79: The Misconceptions of EMDR vs. Talk Therapy [Dumb Things Therapists Say Series]

EMDR therapy is a powerful path to healing, but many misconceptions persist about it—from medical professionals, therapists, and others. As an EMDR consultant with over ten thousand hours of sessions under my belt,...
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78: EMDR for Addiction Treatment and Healthy Habit Formation [Dumb Things Therapists Say Series]

Changing behavior, especially when it comes to addictive or compulsive patterns, is often misunderstood and oversimplified. Many therapists and rehab programs focus solely on modifying beliefs and behaviors,...
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77: Attachment-Based Therapy: EMDR and Attachment Styles [Dumb Things Therapists Say Series]

While many therapists identify as "trauma-informed" or "attachment-informed," these labels should be a given for any effective therapist. How so? Because any therapy work is attachment work. The reality is that we've...
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76: Therapy vs. Coaching: What's "Right" at What Time? [Dumb Things Therapists Say Series]

Therapists often make an artificial distinction between addressing trauma in therapy and utilizing coaching for personal growth. Making this separation can limit the full potential of therapy and leave clients feeling...
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75: The 5 Most Useless Diagnoses [Dumb Things Therapists Say Series]

The world of therapy is changing, and it's time to challenge the status quo. And I’m here to share why some of the most common diagnoses in the DSM, such as anxiety, depression, addiction, body dysmorphia, and PTSD,...
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74: EMDR for the New Year [Why EMDR Works Series]

The new year is often a time for goal-setting and resolution-making, but so many people struggle with following through over the next 12 months. That’s not true for those who are using EMDR in their treatment. Why?...
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73: EMDR for Grief [Why EMDR Works Series]

When there’s a loss like the death of a loved one, there’s a cultural acknowledgement of that loss that gives us the time and space to grieve and to heal. But we experience grief in so many other situations, outside...
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72: EMDR for Anger [Why EMDR Works Series]

We all know someone who has anger “problems,” but I believe that there’s a different conversation we need to have about anger. Anger is a feeling, not a problem, and it’s not bad unless expressed in a way that’s...
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71: EMDR for Disordered Eating [Why EMDR Works Series]

  We all have a relationship with something that’s helping us to feel a certain way, full and in control, empowered and attached. But we’ve been given so many different curricula around what we’re supposed to look and...
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70: EMDR for Addiction [Why EMDR Works Series]

When someone seeks treatment for addiction, the truth is that we’re not actually treating the addiction; we’re treating the brain’s associations with the behavior that feels addictive. We’re delinking the positive...
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69: EMDR for Winter Holidays [Why EMDR Works Series]

The holiday season can be incredibly stressful and triggering for many reasons, from trying to defy our natural inclination to hibernate in the winter, to how our brains link to challenging events from all the...
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68: EMDR for Depression [Why EMDR Works Series]

The true definition (and outcomes) of depression goes far beyond what we typically think of: someone pulling away from loved ones, extreme sadness, maybe even feeling suicidal. But the truth is that depression is...
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