Accelerated resolution therapy, or ART, combines principles from several forms of psychotherapy which together aim to reduce the lasting effect of trauma. Using techniques such as rapid eye movement and image rescripting, this approach works to recondition stressful memories, changing how they are stored in the brain to improve overall mental health.
People seeking therapy to reduce the impact of symptoms related to traumatic or stress-inducing memories or increase their capacity for resilience within a relatively short timeframe may find ART beneficial.
A growing body of research supports the use of ART here. ART is recognized as evidence-based by the Society of Clinical Psychology, Div. 12 of the American Psychological Association (APA).
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