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EMDR has been shown to assist some people struggling with trauma in the wake of assault, combat, divorce, abuse, or other painful losses. Yoga can also be helpful in repairing healthy mind and body connections that trauma may have broken. Trauma can show up in many forms and sometimes it may not even be obvious to you that this is what you have experienced.
Eating disorders. Sometimes our relationship with food can become problematic and distressing. More often than not, an eating disorder develops as a symptom of something else. What is behind your eating disorder such as bulimia, anorexia and binge eating, we explore as a starting point in therapy. DBT and EMDR are research-backed ways to guide people in building the emotional hand rails to process and heal from the very issue that is causing the distress.
When you’re unable to enjoy activities you’ve always enjoyed, or sleeping a lot more or a lot less than usual, therapists often suspect clinical depression is present. The most common mental illness in the world, depression can be debilitating – but it also can be treated by a wide array of approaches. DBT is a way of developing the skills to cope with the difficult emotions you may be experiencing.
Whether it’s sadness around the accumulated losses of the pandemic, the death of a partner, a scary diagnosis, or something else, grief can show up in our lives in many different ways. Recognizing grief, acknowledging its impact on us and finding ways to move through it are critical to healing.
Problems with parents, partners, siblings, friends and co-workers may have their roots in unresolved issues that are years or even decades old. I pull from multiple modalities, such as EMDR, to help uncover what patterns dating back as far as childhood may be hindering your ability to relate to others today.
If worries and fears are consuming you and/or interfering with your ability to sleep, work, connect with others or manage life’s demands, you may be struggling with anxiety. Techniques such as Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) and mindfulness DBT skills can be effective in treating different types of anxiety, such as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Panic Disorder.