EMDR is a powerful technique which has been successful in treating people with many issues. It is a comprehensive and efficient way to treat those who suffer from trauma, anxiety, disturbing memories, addictions, emotional disorders, and relational issues. EMDR uses bilateral stimulation via eye movement, audio, or tactile stimulation to engage the brain in releasing trapped emotional experiences. As a result, the client becomes "desensitized" to those events. The negative beliefs that were formed as a result of the incident are "reprocessed" into positive beliefs. For example, if a memory produces a belief that "I am not good enough", the processing of that memory will help the client move into the belief that "I am good enough". There is extensive research that touts the benefits of EMDR.