We offer individual services to adults who have been impacted by recent or past adversity, overwhelming stress, and trauma. This includes experiences of childhood abuse, neglect, and maltreatment, present or past involvement in the child welfare and criminal justice systems, and human trafficking.
Individuals may struggle with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), complex developmental trauma, dissociation, and attachment difficulties.
How do we help?
We have expertise in helping clients with difficulties stemming from what happened to them. This may include difficulties with physiological and emotional regulation, substance abuse, self-harm, PTSD symptoms, dissociation, difficulties with thought processes, perceptual disturbances, sense of self, and difficulty in relationships.
We offer a range of services, including:
Assessment services are tailored to individual needs. These may include:
- Trauma-informed psychodiagnostic assessment
- Trauma-informed psychoeducational assessment
- Trauma-informed comprehensive psychological assessment
- Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics (NMT) assessment to direct treatment planning
Our team provides evidence-based treatment to adults grounded in an understanding of neurobiology (i.e., how the brain develops, how it adapts to its environment, and how to effect change in the brain and nervous system). We work collaboratively with each client to connect to their own inner wisdom. We are guided by the phase-based model of trauma treatment in which clients are supported to progress through three phases: stabilization; trauma processing (remembrance and mourning); and reconnection.
Our team draws from a range of evidence-based modalities such as:
- Brainspotting (BSP)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
- Emotion Focused Therapy for Complex Trauma (EFTT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP)
- Somatic Experiencing (SE)
- Structural Dissociation Model
- Trauma-Informed Stabilization Treatment (TIST)