Troubled by your past?
Our therapists have training in various forms of trauma therapy, including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), and Developmental and Relational Trauma (DART). This enables us to provide support and real help to deal with troubling events.
Family of Origin issues
It has been said "No one escapes childhood unscathed." The lessons we learn about ourselves, others, and the world in our formative years have a way of staying with us. The good news is that healing is possible. We have the experience and training to help you understand the influences that have shaped you. Remember, it's not about blaming others, it's about getting the story straight.
Our therapists have training in various forms of trauma therapy, including Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), and Developmental and Relational Trauma.
EMDR Therapy is one of the most well-researched forms of therapy available today. While it originated as a treatment for trauma, it is now recognized as an effective therapy for a wide range of issues. Our trained therapists can help you deal with a wide variety of problems through EMDR including: anxiety, complicated grief, disturbing memories, addictions, and many more. Learn more about EMDR here.
Developmental and relational trauma (DART)
Not every child grows up in a home that is emotional, physically, spiritually, or sexually safe. Even well-meaning parents sometimes say and do things that leave negative impressions on developing minds. How children make sense of painful and difficult events is a major focus of Developmental and Relational Trauma Therapy.
A need to strive for perfection yet feeling as though you are never good enough, always feeling inferior to others (less-than), the inability to maintain healthy boundaries with others, difficulty in managing your emotions, depression, or being "hyper-vigilant" and always keeping your guard up are just some of the symptoms of developmental and relational trauma.
This is not about blaming our parents. This is about getting the story straight regarding the influences that have worked together to create our ways of seeing ourselves and others as adults. Our therapists have advanced training helping resolve the problems of a "less than perfect past."
Call today to begin the conversation about a happier, healther you.
Sexual, physical, emotional, and spiritual Abuse
Abuse comes in many forms. So does healing.
Sexual, physical and emotional abuse may be defined broadly as any behavior that another person perpetrated upon you without your permission that causes you to feel pain, to think less of your self, or to diminish your sense of safety. Such experiences of abuse often leave a person wondering, "What does this mean?" How could this happen?" or "Is there something wrong with me that would cause this to happen?"
Our therapists have experience in helping individuals sort out the tough questions about past events. Call today to begin the healing process and finding peace.