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EMDR is a psychotherapy treatment that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. Repeated studies show that by using EMDR therapy, people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference. It is widely assumed that severe emotional pain required a long time to heal, EMDR therapy shows that the mind can in fact heal from psychological trauma much as the body heals from physical trauma. When you cut your hand, your body works to close the wound. If a foreign object or repeated injury irritates the wound, it festers and causes pain. Once the block is removed, healing resumes. EMDR therapy demonstrates a similar sequence of events that occurs with mental processes. The brain’s information processing system naturally moves toward mental health. If the system is blocked or imbalanced by the impact of the disturbing event, the emotional wound festers and can cause intense suffering. Once the block is removed, healing resumes. Using the detailed protocols and procedures learned in EMDR training sessions, clinicians help clients activate their natural healing processes. (What is EMDR?)


Many of the difficulties we experience in our adult lives are rooted in early experiences of abuse, neglect, and conditioning by our early caregivers that result in the disconnect from our authentic selves. NARM utilizes a bottom-up (Somatic mindfulness and regulation of the nervous system) and a top-down (our thoughts and limiting beliefs we tell ourselves) approach to address attachment, relational and developmental trauma. Developed by Dr. Laurence Heller, NARM works with the early, unconscious patterns developed in childhood that helped us at one time but is now in the way of living fully. NARM is integrated psychotherapy that marries the cognitive process and the somatic experience allowing for total healing. (www.drlaurenceheller.com)




Neurofeedback (NFB) is a brain-based training tool used to optimize brain activity. It is a non-invasive, evidence-based therapeutic method that uses the brain’s own potential and capacity to self-regulate, to improve mood, energy, clarity, sleep, performance, focus, and more. NFB is an interactive experience. Sensors are placed on the scalp to read the brain-wave activity. The brainwave activity is then reflected back to the person through visual, auditory, and tactile feedback, creating a mirror. This look into itself allows the brain to make corrections, and the individual experiences symptom reduction and improved functioning as the brain achieves more desirable states. NFB is customized for each brain, based on presenting symptoms and identified goals. A comprehensive screening allows the technician to understand specific individual goals and develop protocols based on the unique needs of each client.

Neurofeedback has been successfully applied in the treatment of depression, anxiety, panic, sleep disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), personality disorders, addictions, unresolved emotional issues, and more. It is also an effective treatment for the disorders of early childhood, such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), pervasive developmental disorders (PDD), reactive attachment disorder (RAD), autism spectrum disorder (ASD), learning disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). One of the key reasons NFB is so effective is because it addresses both arousal and attention, two key underlying factors in many psychiatric diagnoses.

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The nature of a child is precious, vulnerable, imperfectly perfect, dependent, spontaneous, and open. When children experience trauma, in the forms of less than nurturing parenting/caregiving/environment, their ability to develop mature selves is impacted. Natural characteristics of the child become distorted into survival traits that later form the core symptoms of codependency in adults.  Post Induction Therapy for Developmental Immaturity Treatment (formerly known as co-dependence) is a therapy modality designed to treat the effects of childhood trauma and resulting issues of developmental immaturity. The intervention strategies which compromise Post Induction Therapy originated as a result of experimental application of strategies developed to treat the effects of childhood trauma.  Post-Induction Therapy facilitates empowerment and healing of our clients who have suffered physical abuse, sexual abuse, rape, and other trauma, including emotional and relational trauma suffered in their family of origin. The basis of the Post Induction therapy intervention is the concept of carried fear, shame, and other feelings.  These strategies were developed by Pia Mellody through her work at The Meadows inpatient treatment center.


The Somatic Experiencing (SE) method is a body-oriented therapy approach to the healing of trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and other stress disorders. SE integrates body awareness into the psychotherapeutic process, taking a unique approach not used by other trauma treatment methods. The focus of the therapy is on creating awareness of inner physical sensations, which are the carriers of the traumatic memory. It is the life’s work of Dr. Peter Levine, resulting from his multidisciplinary study of stress physiology, psychology, ethology, biology, neuroscience, indigenous healing practices, and medical biophysics, together with over 45 years of successful clinical application. The SE approach releases traumatic shock, which is key to transforming PTSD and the wounds of emotional and early developmental trauma.  (Learn more about SE)