This is What Emotional Recovery Looks Like
Trauma affects how we process emotions and creates common psychological problems including daily, debilitating anxiety, phobias, panic attacks and depression. Trauma can come from a single life altering event or from something smaller that you are just trying to sweep under the rug. I utilize a cutting edge therapy that rewires the nervous system. You experience resolution and healthy detachment about parts of yourself that have previously been difficult and overwhelming. This truly is what emotional recovery looks like.
Treating Traumatic Stress
Trauma is an experience that overwhelms the nervous system and generates unresolved fear. Traumatic stress creates memories that are like grooves in a record, etched into the neural pathways and nervous system of your body. When the trauma memory is triggered, the fear response is activated, and you are caught in a loop of anxiety, irritability, fear, or intense feelings of guilt or shame. Studies since 2000 show that eye movements combined with imagery can create new emotions, which replace the old negative emotions and typically provide permanent relief.
As a trauma therapist, I use a powerful new technique called Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), to stop the symptoms of PTSD, phobias, anxiety and other conditions in as little as one session. I offer treatment, training and consultation to individuals or groups wanting increased satisfaction out of their work, whether it’s as a client or as a provider helping people recover from acute or life long effects of trauma.
Contact me today for a free consultation to move forward and create the life you deserve.
As a Trauma Therapist, I Focus On:
• Social Isolation and Loneliness
• Anger Management
• Mood Disorders
• Trauma and Abuse
• Social Anxiety
• Panic, Anxiety and Depression
• Loss or Grief
• Stress Management
• Lack of Self-Control
• Low Self-Esteem
• Difficulty with Trust, Intimacy and Affection
• Negativity, Hopelessness and Pessimism
• Lack of Empathy, Compassion, or Remorse
Trauma Recovery Breakthrough
Take a look at this video to see how ART changes lives.
Accelerated Resolution Therapy is a new form of psychotherapy with roots in existing evidence-based therapies. Benefits are achieved much more rapidly than with traditional therapies (usually within 1-5 sessions). Clients with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance abuse, sexual trauma and many other mental and physical conditions can experience dramatic results beginning with the first session. It really is that remarkable.