I have taught court-approved Domestic Violence and anger management for a number of years. I use a compassion-based, trauma-focused approach to understanding the role of anger and emotional regulation in your life.
I see anxiety as both originating from our formative experiences as well as from our habits of thought and action. I view anxiety from within my trauma-based perspective and believe that people learn anxiety and feel anxiety as protective coping mechanisms.
This category applies to all people who encounter roadblocks in their lives or who seek therapy to deal with difficult situations that have arisen in their lives.
This approach is something of a look at your personal timeline to connect issues in your life.
This approach involves developing trust, incorporating coping and relaxation methods, and processing historical trauma to work toward healing.