Tomorrow we have EMDR therapy. Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. Sounds fancy. Is down to earth. It is for dealing with past trauma from a persons life. Our therapist uses tapping on either knee which gets both sides of your brain going. Both the emotional and rational side. Some therapists move their finger back and forth as in the photo (thus the "eye movement" part of the name) or use a light that goes back and forth. Then she has you go back and talk about the event in short but intense episodes. It teaches you to process the trauma in a much healthier way. To look at it differently and to see yourself differently in light of that. It is very intense but very effective especially when used with attachment therapy. Here is a website http://www.emdr.com/ If you click on Frequently Asked Questions you will find out all you really need to know. If you know of someone who suffered a traumatic event and has never been able to fully move on, you might recommend it. It is not a strange new-age type therapy. It is a "very basic, dealing with the real issues and rethinking it" type therapy.