Most therapy involves some version of CBT as it is crucial for us to work on altering our brains, not just through changed behavior, but through thought. This tool has been the most useful in the majority of my clientele, and in combination with DBT, can be a game changer for how you talk to yourself and how you see the world.
I am a certified EMDR Therapist. EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and while it is primarily utilized and most researched with clients who have PTSD/trauma, it can be a wonderful intervention for almost any issue. Just ask!
After working in eating disorder treatment for 4 years at all levels of care, and having recovered from my own eating disorder over 10 years ago, I bring a unique perspective to therapy that combines professional expertise with a personal touch. I also use a variety of interventions depending on the client's needs.
Whether you are experiencing hypervigilance, nightmares, or re-experiencing a traumatic event, PTSD can be very disruptive to your daily routine, and especially your relationships. The most important part of treating PTSD is establishing a foundation of trust so that we can work together to formulate the best possible treatment plan. That could include a variety of interventions: EMDR, DBT, Art Therapy, or a combination.