Episode 5 : Jenelle Nelson // Licensed Marriage, Family & EMDR Therapist

Tuesday, March 19, 2019

On this episode we chat with Janelle Nelson, a licensed marriage and family therapist who is trained and specializes in EMDR. EMDR stands for Eye Desensitization and Reprocessing , an important tool used to help our brain process trauma. On this episode, we discuss stigma surrounding therapy, what an EMDR session looks like, conquering negative beliefs and how becoming a parent will bring up old traumas.

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Janelle chatted about a lot of different resources on our episode today. Make sure to check out our resources tab to learn more.

Listen to Janelle's episode here.


  1. If your company has a website, customers can research the latest products the business owner's company has to offer. small businesses often don't have a website or blog. They cannot reach Internet users every day. Their competitive chances are lower than their competitors.

  2. Mental health issues should be approached with compassion and understanding. BW therapy

  3. Psychology education doesn't just benefit professionals; it equips everyone with tools to improve their personal and social lives. www.royalyorkpsychology.com

  4. Crash diets may provide short-term results but often lead to rebound weight gain. Medical Weight Loss

  5. Health disparities among different racial and ethnic groups need to be addressed. health insurance coverage options

  6. At the very least, a master's degree in a psychotherapy-related discipline is required of licensed therapists. A doctorate-level degree, such as a PhD or PsyD, is required for psychologists. However, even among those who work in these sectors, there is ambiguity surrounding these terminology. Certain doctorate-level trained psychologists will refer to themselves as therapists or psychotherapists. Certain therapists, who usually hold a master's degree in psychotherapy, might identify as counselors. In the realm of mental health, it is really common practice to refer to specialists who lack doctorate-level training as counselors rather than therapists. Typically, licensed counselors hold a master's degree.

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