Monday, February 1, 2010

A Giveaway! Free online therapy sessions!


WebEMDR.com is an on line provider of EMDR therapy for anxiety, stress,depression and PTSD. According to their website, EMDR is "Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, or EMDR, is a powerful new short-term psychotherapy technique which has been very successful in helping people who suffer from trauma, anxiety, panic, disturbing memories, post traumatic stress and many other emotional problems. Until recently, these conditions were difficult and time-consuming to treat. EMDR is considered a breakthrough therapy because of its simplicity and the fact that it can bring quick and lasting relief for most types of emotional distress."

These sessions usually cost $18.00 each but they are giving 100 free sessions away to the loyal readers of The Reality of Anxiety!

How to get one of these free sessions:
  1. Become a new follower either by subscribing via RSS or email, or by "following" the blog through blogger, or following through twitter. You will have to let me know if you do this by leaving me a comment with your email address and how you joined.
  2. Leave a note on the discussion forum. This can be a response to someone else or a new topic altogether. Again I need an email address so I can contact you if you win.
  3. Join the monthly challenge. Let me know you are joining by leaving a comment and what you plan to accomplish this month (plus your email address).
Disclaimer: All winners need to send me a valid email address so that they can be contacted of winnings and also to set up their session. I have been guaranteed that your email address will not be emailed by the company after your free session. There is no after session marketing or sharing of your email address. Only one free session per person.

These will be given away in first-come-first-serve style so hurry and enter!

This giveaway will be valid until March 2, 2010 (30 days).

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10 comments:

The Martha Complex said...

Leavig you a comment! I recently discovered your blog & like what I have read so far. :)

cking92674@aol.com

Robbin said...

I really appreciate your blog...I, too have my struggles with anxiety, and am always looking for new and innovative ways to feel more calm and peaceful. I also now facilitate a cognitive behaviour therapy group, for people struggling with Social Anxiety...which is so amazing, because of how anxious I've tended to be with being the focus. I would love to learn more about EMDR, or even better, get to try a free session. What a fabulous thing, you are doing. Thank you!!

robbind@live.ca

Aimée said...

The Martha Complex and Robbin, I have you both down for a free session. It's basically first come first serve this time so you are definitely on the list. Thanks! I will be in touch :)

Jenn Ford said...

hey there...i subscribe to your blog through google reader and i really enjoy reading what you have to say.

i have anxiety and i struggle every single day with it although i am learning to live with it. i'm currently going through a rough patch as i just found out that my husband, who travels frequently (another source of my anxiety) for work, is going to alaska for two weeks...

anyway, i am trying to use exercise and exposure therapy. we currently have 3 feet of snow on the ground and are expecting 1-2 more feet...talk about an exercise in anxiety exposure, haha. sorry to go on for so long, just wanted to let you know how much i appreciate your blog!

Jenn Ford said...

sorry, my email address is jennford919@gmail.com

ShanMac said...

I'm glad I found your blog today. My anxiety has reared it's ugly head, more than usual, and it's helpful to read about other people's struggles and coping mechanisms. Here's to taking deep breaths!

Cheryl said...

I just subscribed via Google Reader. My email is heycheryl2003 at yahoo dot com. Thanks!

Therapy4help said...

Another common massage type that people are usually aware of, as the name suggests strong finger and hand pressure is exerted on specific areas of the patient's body where the muscles and tissues are tight or knotted together. The focus in on those parts of the muscle layers that are deep inside the skin.

Kevin said...

Whenever we feel that we need therapy, sometimes we think “Oh my god, I am crazy”, but therapy has nothing to do with that. It is for people who would like to improve their quality of life by accepting things and changing points of view.
Of course, if you don’t feel comfortable with regular face to face therapy, there is always Online therapy which is as effective as the former.
I tried it and I loved it, nowadays I still do it.
Cheers,
Kevin

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obviously, if you cant do by yourself, the therapy will work over you. thank for the idea

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