ADHD, PTSD Brain-Based Therapy & Coaching
Neuropsychology and somatic therapies can help you become more attuned to your feelings, expand perspectives, and integrate your mind-body connection. Become your "authentic self" by managing and/or eliminating overthinking, negative self-talk, toxic stress and interpersonal relationships. Remove the emotional charge of traumatic memories, family patterns, self-defeating language, subconscious mechanisms, habits and behaviors.
Need help adjusting or moving through a traumatic life experience, or a death? Experience new ways to process emotional pain, honor yourself and loved ones, disentangle the narrative in your mind. Develop debriefing skills by desensitizing unwanted body sensations/core beliefs, while changing your neurobiology. Whether you are re-acclimating to civilian life or have had a life altering event I can help.
Develop advanced communication, optimize problem solving strategies to break cycles of dysfunction such as the pursuer versus the distancer. Eliminate criticism, nagging, and personal attacks creating fair fighting rules gain mutual respect, admiration, and win-win outcomes. Process unfinished business while overcoming perpetual gridlock, build "Love Maps" and maintain Intimacy using your partners love language.
First responders have unique symptoms and challenges that are complicated. Specializing in treatments for complex traumas can help you with these symptoms: Reduce reactivity, flashbacks, rumination, hypervigilance, anger, avoidance, insomnia, chronic pain and the fluctuation between flooding and feeling numb, "wired and tired." These are the primary symptoms I see, hear and treat on a daily basis. I customize interventions that are specific to your individual needs.
Feeling stuck with clients? Let me help you customize creative interventions you can use to move forward. Gain advanced skills based on practical neuroscience Learn Somatic Interventions (Mind/Body Therapies) Polyvagal & Attachment Theory Application Develop core competencies in trauma informed care Build resiliency through whole brain integration network and build a thriving private practice
8-10 Therapist's needed with at least one trauma modality such as: EMDR, Brainspotting, Somatic, Mind-Body, TF-CBT, DBT, or IFS. There is a great demand for trauma informed LPC's and MSW's as my weekly referral demands are growing. We need some therapists who accept insurance, licensed in Missouri. Think win-win if you want to impact those who serve while filling a successful practice. Please message me for an informational meeting via Zoom/In person. An intensive workshop is scheduled for August which will be followed by a monthly consultation group to support you if interested.
Body scanning technology/Zero-gravity design declines pressure on the spine. Interactive tablet technology and Bluetooth music play. Adjustable roller and airbag speed(hi/mid/slow) improves sleep quality. Thai stretch massage and Chinese Accupoint massage. Equipped with heating system to promote blood circulation. Foot massage system reflexology that helps relieve foot stress. Endorphins secretion reducing edema and perception of pain.
Relax. Reboot. Revitalize.
Software Targeting your Heart Rate Variability (Sleep, Anxiety, PTSD, Health & Wellness)
Measure HRV, sympathetic and parasympathetic response, psycho-emotional state, and adaptation receptivity.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) Equipment
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is an extensively researched integrative psychotherapy proven "gold standard" for trauma treatment. EMDR utilizes eye movements, bi-lateral sound or pulsations to stimulate both hemispheres of the brain. Traumatic memories are stored in parts of the brain where they can’t be processed then images, sounds and emotions related to the memory become “frozen in time.” EMDR “unfreezes” these memories, as this occurs, the memory loses its emotional charge and becomes less distressing.
Death, loss and grief are natural parts of life. But when death arrives suddenly and unexpectedly, such as with suicide or a car accident, the overlap of the traumatic experience and the grief of the loss can overwhelm us.