I help First Responders & survivors of abuse and neglect find freedom from PTSD, Anxiety and Panic Attacks.
I became a therapist because I believe in the power of relationships. We all have the ability to grow and change, but usually it takes a significant relationship to help motivate us to get there. In our work together, I become your biggest cheerleader, helping you heal and move forward. PTSD can be scary, but it's completely curable. I love helping survivors of sexual assault, abuse and neglect, as well as police officers and fire fighters, achieve relief and freedom from the past.
A Lot Of My Clients Come to Counseling Asking:
How can I stop thinking about this terrible thing that happened to me?
How can I overcome the horrible things I've seen in the line of duty?
What can I do to make my panic attacks stop?
Why hasn’t traditional talk therapy helped me?
Is there a chance EMDR can't help me either?
I Help By:
Using EMDR to overcome traumatic memories, panic attacks, and stressful life experiences that are preventing you from moving forward.
Using humor and being silly to help lighten the mood. Life is serious enough, therapy doesn't have to be in order to feel better.
Using neurofeedback to help decrease anxiety and stress, as well as enhance and speed up the EMDR process. I use MUSE, a meditation trainer that actually trains you on how to meditate by giving you real-time feedback. This helps lower your fight or flight response and feel better, faster. Contact me to find out more about this.
Using visualization techniques to help clients experience an overall sense of calm and stop the occurrence of panic attacks.
Helping parents understand why their child(ren) behave in certain ways and coming up with a plan on how to improve their behavior
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All new clients first call & schedule an appointment with our scheduling coordinator, Joanne Miller.
Joanne then sends an invite to the client for our online client portal, where all the paperwork & forms are filled out prior to the appointment.
At the day of the first appointment, we meet to discuss your goals for counseling, what brings you in, and the best treatment to help you achieve your goals.