So an example is let's say that the client came who is a victim of rape and say, "I'm damaged." This is a negative belief, okay? And I ask the client, "When you think about this event, what would you like to believe about yourself?" "That I survived." Okay. So it's very important to identify these recognitions. So after that, we start the desensitisation. Desensitisation means habituation. So we start talking about the traumatic experience plus using the bilateral stimulation. The bilateral stimulation is the eye movement, or it can be tapping, or it can be auditory stimuli. So in EMDR we believe that if we talk about the trauma and use a bilateral stimulation, that the traumatic experience can unlock. So the traumatic experience is locked in the brain in a state-specific form. So in order to unlock this traumatic memory, we need to use the talking treatment plus the bilateral stimulation. And it has been proven as a very effective treatment so far.