Therapist and Addiction Counselor treating people with trauma and neuroscience-based approaches.
Mental Health Counselor in Colorado Springs, CO
I treat individuals with a variety of traumatic experiences including past abuse, loss, and adverse childhood experiences. I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing and Cognitive Processing Therapy to treat this.
Anxiety is related to many other problems including trauma. I work with you to increase your ability to self-regulate and better cope through mind-body strategies and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to address your unhelpful thoughts.
I have been treating Alcohol and Drug Addiction that occur with mental health symptoms that for 4 years. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to address triggers and unhelpful thoughts that keep you in the addiction cycle along with strategies to self regulate. In some cases is use EMDR.
SFBT uses specific strategies to help you make the change you want, on your terms (not the therapist). I received specific training in these strategies.
Solution-focused therapy uses targeted strategies to help you reach your goals (not the therapists) by identifying and utilizing your own ideas and abilities. I have advanced training with these strategies.
I help people explore a potential ADHD diagnosis and help them work with their neurological differences and conquer their challenges.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing is a trauma therapy that differs from traditional talk therapy. It helps your mind and body process the trauma using your natural coping mechanisms. It can be used to target a variety of issues including abuse, grief and loss, anxiety, pain, and sleep disturbance.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy has been found to be effective for a range of problems, including anxiety, addition, and depression. The focus is on changing your unhelpful thinking patterns which then helps us see things differently and react differently.
A holistic approach to therapy that combines ideas and techniques from different therapeutic schools of thought depending on the unique needs of a given client. I integrate somatic/mind-body techniques, attachment work, and trauma-based interventions. I also integrate interventions to address high sensitivity and neurodivergence.