Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
Phased, focused approach to treating trauma and other symptoms by reconnecting the client in a safe way to the images, self-thoughts, emotions, and body sensations associated with the trauma.
The Flash Technique (FT)
Recently developed evidenced-based therapeutic intervention for reducing the disturbance associated with traumatic or other distressing memories. FT is a minimally intrusive option that does not require you to consciously engage with the distressing memory. As an adjunct to the EMDR preparation phase, it makes it possible to process memories that would otherwise be intolerable or overwhelming. Learn more.
Somatic Experiencing (SE)
After experiencing something painful, being in the body can be difficult. Therefore clients may need to actively re-learn how to feel sensations in the body and discern between danger and discomfort to occupy the body again. SE is a body-centered approach that takes a look at bodily energy created by trauma and seeks to repair and complete the natural cycle our bodies possess to release it. This approach can be helpful for challenging symptoms of PTSD and trauma such as dissociation and hyper-vigilance.
Internal Family Systems (IFS)
Internal Family Systems (IFS) is an integrative approach that explores the mind as made up of multiple parts along with a person’s true self. Each part has its own sub-personality with its own roles. IFS aims to heal wounded parts and promote internal connection and harmony by bringing the mind back into balance.
Attachment Based Therapy
Based on developing or rebuilding trust and center on expressing emotion. This approach looks at early attachment experiences with primary caregivers and how these relationships ultimately form the structure of emotional and physical relationships as an adult.
Solution Focused Therapy
Aims to help people find tools they can use to immediately manage symptoms and cope with challenges.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
A type of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Typically, DBT for trauma involves learning skills that focus on the development of mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Art therapy has been shown to benefit people of all ages. Art therapy uses creative mediums like drawing, painting, coloring, and sculpture. For trauma recovery, art helps process traumatic events in a new way. Art provides an outlet when words fail.
Designed to focus a person’s attention on the present experience in a way that is non-judgement.
AREAS I CAN HELP WITH
Our first session will be a great opportunity to determine if we are a good fit for each other and your goals. In addition to providing referrals for anything that would fall outside of those realms. If we are a good fit for each other and would like to proceed with recurring therapy sessions, we can discuss this during our intake session as well.
Are we a good fit?
Feel free to contact me at 323.296.9846 (please leave a voicemail with your name, number, and the best day/time to reach out to you) or email. You may also request an appointment online by clicking the link below. I offer prospective clients a free 15 minute phone consultation to answer any specific questions and see if we might be a good fit.