We give presentations to increase understanding of mental health challenges, teach coping strategies and give resources. We explain how to get the right kind of care and teach how to give more effective care in your work place.
We present to groups large and small, including schools, churches, and others in our community that want to learn. We cater to each groups individual needs.
For Professionals, we give presentations on how to up your game with trauma-informed care. That includes any and all professionals that deal with traumas in their respective fields.
CEU's can be provided when training licensed mental health professional on how to provide trauma-informed care.
We present at professional conferences such as Critical Issues, Generations Conference, UAMFT and more.
Having a therapist you feel safe with and can trust is essential to good therapy.
Our therapists are dedicated to helping you succeed using state-of-the-art trauma-informed care with modalities that work. Talk is one way, but usually is not enough, We engage in treatment utilizing multiple empirically supported modalities to help you heal. As our name states we work with trauma-all kinds, physical, medical, mental, sexual, emotional,....
we've got you covered.
With a trauma lens we frequently assist clients to better understanding symptoms. to promote quicker healing. Our specialty is trauma-PTSD, C-PTSD, Dissociative disorders, attachment issues. acute stress, single and multiple traumas. We also work with anxiety, depression, ADHD, Bipolar, grief and loss and more. Come see what each of our therapists have to offer to see which of us is the right fit for you.
The current research and improved knowledge base for effective trauma treatment informs the way we work, the modalities we use as well as when to use them. For example, EMDR is a valuable tool but we frequently find it is not the right tool, especially when working with dissociative disorders. CBT is not relevant when clients are unable to stay in their PreFrontal Cortex (PFC) or thinking brain.
We use many modalities to work through trauma that involve educating, safety, internal resourcing, work with body sensations and to get the brain back on-line. We work to process out traumas, trauma induced shame, maladaptive core beliefs, work on attachment issues and oh so much more. Knowing which modality to use and when to use it is an important aspect of really good trauma-informed care.