Can ART Help You? ART Has Been Found to Be Especially Effective for…
One of the most successful uses of ART is treating trauma created by single incidents. Symptoms may include nightmares, avoidance of situations that bring back memories of the trauma or heightened reactions.
Veterans, especially those who have been in combat, have experienced trauma. ART is meant to bring up traumatic experiences and change the way the information is stored, ultimately replacing them with positive images.
First responders sometimes suffer from cumulative exposure to traumatic incidents they encounter. ART can assist in bringing closure to these incidents, or help remove and replace images that have become stuck over time.
Addiction can stem from self-medicating due to unresolved trauma. Although addictions require multiple sessions, ART can alleviate some of the triggers and improve opportunities for success.
Depression & Anxiety
People suffering from depression and anxiety can integrate a cognitive behavioral therapy approach with an emotional connection, by using ART. Ultimately decreasing symptoms.
Strong emotions get in the way of resolving relationship issues. ART can assist in processing negative experiences that trigger strong emotions to improve ability to address issues with a 'clearer' approach.