I’m a licensed psychologist in private practice in Northampton, Massachusetts. I’ve been practicing as a psychotherapist for 25+ years. I work with adults in individual therapy. My specialties include trauma, unhelpful intergenerational legacies, relationships, overwhelming life demands, transitions & adjustments, loss and grief, college mental health, midlife issues, low self-confidence/esteem, & issues of diversity (e.g., gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity). My approaches include Comprehensive Resource Model, Mindfulness, Relational, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, and, when applicable, multicultural perspectives in above specialities. My commitment is to the healing, empowerment, and growth of the human spirit.
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Serena Todd MFT is a Psychotherapist practicing in Santa Barbara, California. She has worked with severely emotionally abused children, children with substance abuse disorders and adults suffering from major mental illnesses. She is experienced with critical incident stress debriefing and that has led her to her interest in CRM. She has recently begun to include this highly effective style of therapy in her practice. Please be in touch for further information on her practice.
I am a systemic family therapist and an integrative psychotherapist with over 20 years experience. I have a full time private practice in east London (zone 1 & 2). I work with adolescents and adult individuals as well as couples & families providing short & long term therapy.
Morgan Vance, LCSW is a licensed clinical social worker with over 10 years of experience working with children, adolescents and adults in a variety of clinical settings. Morgan currently works in private practice working with clients facing a wide array of challenges but with a particular focus on trauma, complex trauma, dissociation and attachment disorders. Morgan was brought to CRM through a continuing search to find more effective ways to treat these issues. CRM combines many of the most compelling and effective components of several very good models into one gentle yet effective approach and has been an excellent fit for her practice.
Counseling can be daunting as clients take a closer look at their life experiences and how they respond to them. Kelsey approaches the therapeutic process with authenticity and genuineness, as a journey alongside her clients. She strives to create safety in each relationship, utilizing an approach to therapy that is holistic and tailored to each client’s needs and particular learning style.
Kelsey has experience counseling individuals, groups, couples, and families. Kelsey has previously worked in outpatient and inpatient settings as well as parachurch organizations. She has completed over 60 hours of training in Domestic Violence, is certified in Prepare and Enrich for premarital and married couples, and has completed basic training for CRM. Kelsey sees clients in the Kenosha and Racine offices.
My practice is exclusively CRM-based and my staff of interns and trainees are taught and supervised in this model. Licensed as an LMFT in 1997, I practiced EMDR almost exclusively until I learned CRM. My earlier specialties were trauma and Reactive Attachment Disorder and the families struggling with their traumatized children. I continue to focus on attachment in couples and families, as well as within the individual as relationship to self. This work ultimately becomes about personal development as the individual discovers who they were always meant to be and begins to live that.
I work with a variety of mental health issues including trauma. Trauma can come from all sorts of experiences, including abuse and neglect, abandonment, adoption, war or witnessing acts of violence, divorce, accidents, a narcissistic parent or partner, etc. Trauma and adverse situations leave us with feelings of fear, anxiety, depression, sadness as well as poor sleep, racing thoughts, feelings of not being good enough, of not being safe, not loveable, not smart enough or feelings of anger/rage, self hate, feeling unworthy, feelings of shame, guilt, etc., etc. All of these feelings drown out our innate happiness and over time can cause physical distress and even pain and ailments. These feelings can in turn cause us to act out in ways detrimental to our natural state of happiness. Alcohol, drugs, gambling, over-eating, affairs, work-a-holism, and self-sabotage are just a few of the ways we can use to suppress or compensate for these uncomfortable conscious and sub-conscious feelings. With effort and time we are able to heal from the effects of trauma and its resulting negative self-beliefs and behaviors. Healing allows us to move on to experience the feelings of self-love, joy, peace, and happiness we all desire and have at the core of our being. Along with other therapeutic modalities, I specialize and am certified in CRM (Comprehensive Resource Model) and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). They are possibly the most up-to-date and cutting edge therapies available for trauma. EMDR is an evidence-based practice endorsed by the American Psychiatric Association, the Department of Defense, the Veterans Administration and many foreign countries. More information for EMDR can be found at emdria.org. If you know of someone, a friend, patient, veteran or family member who may be struggling, please send him or her my way. I work with patients ages fifteen and above.
I am a Board Certified Registered Art Therapist, and Licensed Professional Counselor – Supervisor, in private practice. I specialize in trauma resolution, teens, and women’s issues. I am excited to integrate CRM into my practice. Art making is an important part of my life; I am a professional artist, exhibiting locally, statewide, in Chicago, IL, and starting in 2016, in Rome, Italy. My artwork has been reviewed in local, regional, national, and international publications.
Neben meinem traumatherapeutischen Schwerpunkt, biete ich als Heilpraktikerin natürlich auch den ganzheitlichen Blick auf somatische = körperliche Beschwerden. Körperliche Erkrankungen hängen oft mit einer seelischen oder psychischen Verletzung zusammen. Bei chronischen Erkrankungen oder sonstigen Dysbalancen landet man irgendwann meist beim Trauma, das irgendwann erlebt wurde.
Deshalb führen effiziente Methoden zu schnellen und hilfreichen Ergebnissen. Das darf und kann auch mal schnell gehen. Ich arbeite in meiner Praxis auch mit dem Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM). CRM ist ein höchsteffizientes Behandlungsmodell für Komplextrauma, das auf neuester neurobiologischer Forschung basiert. Das Kernstück der Methode ist der Aufbau größtmöglicher Ressourcen, um traumatisches Material zu bearbeiten.
– English Trauma Therapy / Psychotherapy and Counselling / Skype-Sessions
– Intensivtherapie: IntenseWoche oder IntenseWochenende = ganz viel Zeit für die Themen, die es zu bearbeiten gilt. Dranbleiben und vielleicht voll und ganz durchgehen? Für den Patienten / Klienten, sowie für mich als Therapeut ein wohltuender Prozess.
Registered Clinical Cousellor, Somatic TherapistPrivate Practice
My approach to therapy is focused in the areas of attachment and attunement. Using both cognitive and somatic therapies that work to heal past trauma and improve relationships with self and others, the goal is for Clients to freely connect to themselves, and to experience life without shutting down or disconnecting. The result is living from an authentic place. People are reluctant to give up drug use, an eating disorder or other behaviors because there’s a payoff: The behavior works to soothe them. I help them find positive and life affirming ways to life their lives.
My specialties include: PTSD and Trauma, substance abuse, eating disorders, anxiety and adjustment disorders and co-occurring disorders.
Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, Licensed in Maryland, Virginia and District of Columbia
In my thirty years of practice as a psychotherapist, I have had the opportunity to learn a variety of ways to approach healing and self-growth with my clients. After completing post graduate work in Gestalt Therapy and Mindfulness Meditation, I have gone on to study energy work, breathwork, EMDR, hypnosis, and Guided Imagery, neurofeedback, Heartmath, and, most recently The Comprehensive Resource Model. I find CRM to be a most powerful, effective, and unique means of working with people on a very deep, and often transformative level.
I relocated from New York to North Carolina in 2016 and maintain licensure in both states. In addition to office visits located near the Research Triangle Park in South East Durham I am able to provide distance sessions using the HIPAA compliant, encrypted, video platform ZOOM. The software for this is free to clients. I have had numerous successful CRM sessions with individuals in this manner and it has helped me to provide continuity in the therapy across the miles. Even when traveling I am usually able to provide sessions and keep to the regular schedule with clients. I have also been able to use Zoom to reach out to those in other countries where finding a CRM therapist is difficult.
I was born in Turkey but have spent the majority of my life in the U.S. I have a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Syracuse University and Master of Social Work degree also from Syracuse University.
My experience in the field ranges from work on an adult inpatient psychiatric unit; preventive services for children at risk of foster placement; case-coordination for children in therapeutic foster care; outpatient psychotherapy with adults, youths, children, and couples in two group practice settings; private practice; and, day treatment therapy in a school setting.
My post masters’ training includes, but is not limited to:
EMDR Therapy levels I and II through the EMDR Institute;
Treatment of Dissociative Disorders in Adults and, Treatment of Dissociative Disorders in Children and Adolescents through the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation;
Incorporating EMDR Therapy in treating persons having experienced trauma at pre-verbal stages – withSandra Paulsen, PhD.
Brain Spotting Phases I and II; and, Resource Brainspotting with Attachment and Dissociation – with Lisa Schwarz. (2012)
The Comprehensive Resource Model for the Treatment of Complex Trauma – Lisa Schwarz, M.Ed.
CRM Advanced Training in Core Self – Lisa Schwarz
Certification in Colin Ross’ Trauma Model Therapy
I am provisionally certified in CRM to provide consultation and personal work for therapists who are seeking certification as CRM providers themselves.
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