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Areas of Focus

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Difficulty adjusting to life changes

  • Grief 

  • Trauma and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder 

  • Intrusive thoughts and images of negative events

  • Feelings of guilt and regret

  • Self-esteem and self-confidence 

  • Stress management 

  • Workplace issues

  • Excessive worrying and overthinking

  • Negative and unhelpful thoughts

  • Sadness and loneliness 

  • Loss of interest and lack of motivation

  • Self-care

  • Relationships

  • Past abuse 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an evidence-based method for treating emotional difficulties that are caused by disturbing, traumatic life experiences, like critical incidents, combat stress, assaults, car accidents, natural disasters, and upsetting childhood events. When distress from traumatic events persists, we may feel triggered by present day occurrences that restimulate negative thoughts, images, emotions, and physical sensations associated with the traumatic event.  EMDR helps the brain process these memories in a way that allows for normal healing. While the memory of the event is not erased, EMDR helps change these associations, and resolves the fight, flight or freeze response from the original event. EMDR can also be useful for performance anxiety, depression and more!

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Cognitive Processing Therapy

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a cognitive-behavioral therapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and related conditions. Posttraumatic symptoms after a distressing event are normal, and for many, tend to dissipate and resolve with time. For individuals with PTSD this healing process has been interrupted. CPT helps resume the healing process by helping clients get unstuck from the pattern of avoidance, allowing one the opportunity to make sense of the event and experience natural emotions related to it. In CPT, the clinician aids client’s exploration of the impact the traumatic event has had on their life and helps to challenge and change unhelpful thoughts related to this event, as well as beliefs about themself, others, and the world. Through CPT, clients learn a healthier approach to their thoughts and feelings, offering the relief and freedom so many of our clients are searching for. 

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is an evidenced based form of treatment that has been highly effective in treating a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, low self-esteem, stress, eating disorders, and much more. CBT treatment focuses on efforts to change our thoughts and behavior patterns that can lead to emotional distress and get in the way of living a fulfilling life. In therapy we will examine unhelpful thought patterns, gain an understanding behind our behavior, consider problem-solving skills to navigate difficult circumstances, develop coping skills, and create a deeper sense of confidence in oneself. CBT may use a combination of role playing to prepare for interactions with others, behavior activation, gradually facing fears to overcome avoidance, and relaxation techniques.  

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