FEEL like yourself again

FEEL like yourself again


Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a serious anxiety-related disorder in which the mind ruminates over certain thoughts which can only be alleviated...


Anxiety disorders are what happen when your stress and anxiety levels are so high, it’s difficult for you to live your life. While it’s normal to have anxious...


A specific phobia is an unrealistic or extreme fear of a specific situation, object, or setting.  Most people with extreme phobias often know there is...


Depression is a mood disorder characterized by both psychological and physical symptoms that impact the way a person thinks and feels. The symptoms of depressive disorder...


Addiction is a chronic and multifaceted disease, and treatment is possible if pursued diligently and with the support of friends, family, and a therapist.  It is the physical and...


Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that's triggered by a extreme trauma — either experiencing it or witnessing it. Symptoms include flashbacks, severe...


Autism spectrum disorder is a developmental disorder that is usually diagnosed at a young age. While there is no clear cause for the development of autism...

Brain Injury

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) describes a type of acquired brain injury that occurs when an injury to the head damages the brain. While a mild TBI might be ...


Most children get excited and are active and easily distracted or have trouble focusing and behaving appropriately at times. People with ADHD have difficulty ...

Different Techniques for Different People


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a type of therapy protocol that allows people to heal from the physiological effects of trauma and deeply engrained emotional patterns.  Studies have shown that EMDR therapy can produce results much faster than traditional therapy.


Neurofeedback - Some brain patterns cannot be changed by talk therapy and processing through your emotions.  Fortunately there is a way to read signals being produced by the brain and train them into new, more functional patterns. This treatment is particularly beneficial if emotional or behavioral changes are more difficult because of ADHD,  brain injury, or autism. It can also be extremely beneficial in treating anxiety, depression, insomnia, trauma, and addictions.


BWRT is another step forward from traditional talk therapy, creating rapid changes in a person’s automatic mental response to most things. It quickly and effectively treats acute and developmental traumas, phobias, OCD and obsessive thinking, cravings, and can be used to increase motivation.


Hypnotherapy is guided hypnosis, or a deeply relaxed and trance-like state of focus achieved with the help of a clinical hypnotherapist.  While in this state, and with a trained therapist, clients can turn their attention completely inward to find and utilize their internal resources to help them make changes or regain control in certain areas of their life.


Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy is a modality designed to help the most difficult, complex trauma cases. This amazing protocol has the benefit of being both gentle, and extremely thorough as it helps you release all of the relationships based traumas throughout your life and leave you more confident, and less reactive than you thought possible. I use it not only on complex trauma, but for breaking codependency and alleviating resentments.