I am a Counsellor, working within a Rape & Sexual Assault Centre. I have worked with trauma related issues for the last 15yrs. Many of the people I work with have complex trauma and many are on the dissociative spectrum and I have worked over the last 10yrs or so with several clients with DID.
Dissociative Identity Disorder, Trauma
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Licensed clinical psychologist Psy.DBaytree Behavioral Health
I am a generally registered psychologist in private practice and assistant trainer with the Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM) organization. After experiencing the power of this cutting-edge trauma therapy model first-hand, I followed my passion and completed every advanced training available.
My formal qualifications span the mind-body divide due to my lifelong interest in analyzing problems from a multidisciplinary perspective. These include a BSc (Pathology and Laboratory Medicine), GradDip (Psych), BSc (Hons) Psychology, and a Master of Psychology (MPsych). My work experiences are also diverse. For example, I have worked in cancer research, disability support, drug and alcohol services, child protection, and back in the day, a fish market!
During my university studies, I researched the role of attentional bias towards threat in anxiety, and the effects of cognitive bias on clinical decision-making in the euthanasia context. I believe in feedback informed treatment, measuring outcomes, and taking a holistic approach to healing.
I work with a diverse range of adult clients, with specific interest in dissociation, cPTSD, addiction, and other trauma-related issues. In addition to teaching CRM, I am especially passionate about helping therapists clear the effects of vicarious trauma to optimize client and therapist wellbeing.
I am a qualified and experienced counsellor who has worked in the mental health sector since 2008. In addition to my private practice I also work as a volunteer counsellor at a community health project in Edinburgh.
I work with adults who experience depression, anxiety, stress, low self-confidence, relationship issues, suicidal feelings, anger issues, borderline issues, problems arising from interpersonal trauma, or a stuckness or a sense of something not right that is beginning to affect their quality of life.
A significant proportion of the clients I see have experienced adverse experiences in childhood including neglect, emotional, physical or sexual abuse, leading to a range of presenting symptoms and issues as adults (some of which were outlined above).
I have a core, four year post-graduate diploma training in Transactional Analysis Counselling and Psychotherapy, MSc in Counselling, certificate level training in both Group Analysis and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, along with significant continuous professional development training.
I also have specialist training in working with developmental and interpersonal trauma (complex PTSD) in adults, and have recently trained in the Comprehensive Resource Model and “Becoming Safely Embodied” approach.
I am a Practitioner Member with the Scottish Confederation of Counselling Agencies (COSCA), am in regular supervision and abide by the COSCA code of ethics.
Anna-Brown is a psychotherapist in private practice in Seattle WA. She has completed both the CRM basic training module and the Advanced Core Self module. With experience working with a range of issues, she tailors treatment to the specific needs of her clients. Anna-Brown specializes in treating childhood and adult trauma, and has received 10 years of extensive training in therapies developed specifically for addressing the multiplicity of challenges that can arise in the wake of traumatic experience. She currently utilizes CRM as a primary modality for treating trauma.
With a background of Art Therapy and Marital and Family Therapist, there is advanced training in Somatic Experiencing. Experienced in complex and intergenerational trauma and has studied and experienced Earth based spiritual practice.
I am a Body-Mind Therapist working online with clients around the world, and in-person with clients in Northern Michigan. My training spans a wide range of holistic, integrative approaches, including CRM, Internal Family Systems, Dynamic Attachment Re-patterning, Brainspotting, Somatic Trauma Resolution, Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, and Polarity Therapy. I love the rich array of tools and resources I have gained through all of my educational experiences, and value the different options and versatility they offer for addressing the varied concerns of my clients.
Personally, I bring a deep kindness, compassion, and perceptiveness to my work, along with the ability to hold an honoring space for the hardest places inside, and am skilled in engaging clients physically, energetically, verbally, and emotionally. It’s my passion and purpose to support others in their process of healing and growth. I look forward to talking with you and hearing how I can support you.
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.
The spirit of Felicia’s counseling invites others to move through change with compassion and care, in order to heal from the pain of the past, discover your true self in the present and build on strengths to achieve a fuller and more meaningful future. Felicia uses gentle humor within a relaxed atmosphere to help others transform their lives one step at a time, aware that each step is progress.
Felicia inspires hope and offers nurturing support to those she works with in individual, marital, and family counseling. Felicia earned her Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Indiana Wesleyan University, as well as a Masters degree in Education from Kansas State University. Felicia combines her skills as an educator with her counseling to help others learn new ways of living full lives with meaningful relationships. Felicia’s counseling philosophy is to listen to a client’s story with respect and care, to join them on their journey, helping discover solutions to problems, supporting the growth, development and a sense of identity in each individual. Felicia is concerned about the whole person and takes a holistic approach to support each client in discovering their fuller, richer life in body, mind and spirit.
Felicia has a strong background in trauma treatment, anxiety, relationships, sexual abuse, and eating disorders and uses techniques to help clients become aware of how their symptoms affect various aspects of their lives and nurtures their willingness to move past just symptom relief and towards lasting change of behaviors, habits, and thoughts.
Brain science is proving why talk therapy alone isn’t sufficient to make lasting change. I use somatic methods for working with complex trauma and PTSD such as the Comprehensive Resource Model, coupled with EMDR and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE). If you’d like to explore new ways of getting relief from trauma, I’d like to work together in a non-judgmental, caring partnership to help you find answers. I am dually licensed as a mental health & drug/alcohol counselor who’s also trained in hypnosis. My office is located inside New Leaf Therapy Associates in Old Mill South, in Omaha, NE.
I completed CRM basic training three years ago, CRM Advanced Core Self & Case Conceptualization and Treatment of DID training followed. I now use CRM in my daily practice. I use CRM continuously and the results are amazing, client feedback and evaluation praise the CRM journey and the clients speak of the positive changes in their way of being and doing in their world. I attend regular CRM supervision to keep up with the developments and expansion of the model as it grows and expands.
Sarah Pullman brings her passion for personal and social transformation to her work as a counsellor and psychotherapist. She holds an MA in Counselling Psychology with a Somatic specialization, and brings this training, in addition to her extensive study of the body-mind connection, and her years of work in the social change sector, to her work with clients. She has taken the CRM basic training twice and integrates CRM along with AEDP in her sessions.
She believes in supporting individuals to be strong, embodied, grounded, and high-functioning in relationships, and that personal healing and transformation has profound ripple effects in the rest of the world.
Some of Sarah’s specialities include:
– trauma resolution
– anxiety disorders
– LGBTQ clients
– parenting challenges
– chronic illness and pain