Philosophically, Peak Performance EMDR emphasizes what’s positive in your existing repertoire, what’s possible for the future, and how this can be self-actualized. An expansion of the basic EMDR protocol (Lendl & Foster, 1997) for performance enhancement in the workplace. To aid in the reduction of performance anxiety experienced by creative and performing artists, attorneys, and clients testifying, and for competition preparation and psychological recovery from injury in athletes.
Clients with recent traumas which had disrupted their employment; and adults traumatized as children, who had made good progress in conventional psychotherapy or ‘clinical’ EMDR. Thus, Peak Performance EMDR can assist a broad range of clients in expanding their capacities for a more creative and productive future.