Comprehensive Resource Model® The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) was originally developed for use with those individuals who experience the challenges of Complex PTSD, severe Dissociative Disorders, and Attachment Disorders, however many psychiatric diagnoses are effectively addressed through the use of this model. Military veterans and their families find this modality to be particularly effective in […]
Play Therapy Play Therapy is an evidence-based psychotherapy approach that was formally introduced in 1921. This approach is primarily used with children but can benefit clients of all ages. Play is a very effective way for a therapist to build a positive relationship with the client, helping the client feel comfortable and engaged, have fun, […]
How many times have you felt alone with your problems? Therapy groups provide a safe environment to process the challenges and opportunities of life. And it’s an effective way to enhance your individual psychotherapy. Benefits of Group Therapy may include Improved relationship skills Decreased feelings of isolation Enhanced intimacy skills Improved self-esteem/self-worth Greater comfort in […]
DBT is an evidence based therapy that has been proven to help clients manage symptoms of self harm, suicidal ideation, and eating disorders.
The intention of Reiki is to create deep relaxation, to help speed healing, reduce pain, and decrease other symptoms you may be experiencing.
Art Therapy is tailor-made to each individual. Sometime art-making it is deeply expressive, sometimes it is purely soothing, and sometimes it is a bit of both.
Somatic Experiencing promotes awareness and release of nervous system arousal and physical tension that remains in the body in the aftermath of trauma.
Our goal is to help each individual establish a healthy relationship with both food and body, to discover a way of eating that supports your mental, emotional and physical well being.
CFR aims to restore our natural human movement and reverse the conscious and unconscious compensations that developed to initially protect us at the time of trauma, but no longer help us.