Ah, yes...EMDR. By the way, I've been off for a while (work got too much and I avoided the computer like the plague). I, unfortunately, did not have a good experience with EMDR. It is really good for teaching techniques to deal with panic disorders, but PTSD works a bit different. In some cases, it can actually cause you to re-experience the trauma, and the chance of suffering more trauma, leading to more PTSD-like symptoms just by reliving (literally reliving) the trauma, is a chance I wish I had not gambled on. I went back to more traditional therapy, and am much happier. Depending on your trauma, you may have better luck than I did. All it did for me was to link my original trauma from when I was 7 to other traumas that occurred because the original made me an ideal victim. It's hard to explain, but I hope you get the point. Proceed VERY carefully, and make sure the therapist doing the ERMD knows where it could go, and can pull you out.