Emdr is a technique that is evaluated in psychotherapy methods that reduce the stress response on the person by desensitizing with rapid eye movements. It was first introduced in 1987 by Dr. It has survived to the present day by Francine Shapiro's finding that eye movements reduce the stress response in traumatic patients, and then this method was developed and used by the psychiatry and psychology community. It has been used effectively and safely in anxiety disorders (social phobia, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, acute stress response, post-traumatic stress disorder, OCD, hypochondriasis) and depressive disorders, which may occur as a result of reducing basic response stress reactions and stressors. Its use together with psychotherapies, which are included in other therapy techniques, is among the elements that increase the effectiveness.