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Early Trauma Processing
Ego State Therapy
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Gestalt Therapy
Humanistic Therapy
Somatic Therapy
  • Eye Movement DesensitizationReprocessing (EMDR)
    A gentle, yet powerful, form of therapy that promotes acceptance for ourselves and our situations as they are. Resolves issues impacting you since childhood as well as clearing up recent adverse lire events with a minimal amount of the distress talk therapy often produces.
  • Early Trauma Processing
    An early childhood trauma method of EMDR that teaches the use of containment and a sense of safety to reset the circuits affected by the early trauma as well as clearing any early trauma.
  • Developmental NeedsMeeting Strategy
    An ego state therapy that aims to find healthy adult parts of self (healthy egos) and use those healthy parts to help heal the wounded child parts of self (unhealthy ego).
  • Ego State Therapy
    Identifies and names different facets of a personality and aims to integrate all of these personality "parts" so that they will work together.
  • Dialectal Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
    A modified form of cognitive behavioral therapy that is designed to help those who are suffering from mood disorders as well as unhealthy behavior patterns. The patient learns triggers for their behaviors as well as coping strategies to use when triggered.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
    Used to change unhealthy thoughts, beliefs and attitudes about self and others.
  • Gestalt Therapy
    A humanistic form of therapy that teaches mindfulness and how to react to situations as they are actually happening as opposed to what might be, could be or should have been.
  • Humanistic Therapy
    By tapping into a person's innate goodness and potential, teaches how to mindfully act in situations rather than be reactionary.
  • Somatic Therapies
    This method recognizes the association between the physical body and the mind, and focuses on releasing pain and body dysfunction to heal trauma.
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