EMDR is a therapy that can specifically help those who are in emotional distress related to a trauma that they have endured. This is a fairly quick acting therapy to help you to reprocess the memories and to ‘organize’ them into places in your brain where they will not have the same amount of ‘charge’ (think about a battery) that they may right now.
PE is a type of therapy that has been developed to help lessen the effects of a trauma by "exposure" to your memories and real life situations today. Through PE, you will respectually approach your memories and work through them, while talking through them (talking activates the higher level thinking part of your brain which is turned off at the time of a trauma).
CBT has proven to be very effective for those with difficultly overcoming life problems. CBT examines how thoughts and feelings are related to the behaviors that one engages in. CBT addresses automatic negative thoughts and challenges why you do what you do while also addressing the effectiveness of skills in your life.
ACT is a mindfulness-based behavior therapy that assumes that all internal suffering comes by the avoidance of reality and attempts at emotional control. Through focusing on your values and goals while showing compassion to yourself, healing will occur.
Originally for the treatment of a personality disorder, DBT has become widely used to help treat a variety of mental health conditions. DBT helps people to develop skills in mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotional regulation and distress tolerance.