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.
When emotions stir within, causing anxiety, depression, or distress in relationships, life can feel overwhelming. I view these shifts as gifts, like an indicator light your higher Self is yearning for a personal growth spurt. These feelings can be an opportunity to free yourself from the experiences that hold you back from living your best life. My ideal client is ready to explore their internal world to make the changes needed to create a positive transformation. I am a body-based trauma-informed therapist with a master’s degree in dance/movement therapy. I use the creative process and visualization as a tool for exploration.
The imagination can bypass the parts of the brain that keep us stuck in unwanted behaviors and can more easily access the parts that hold the answers. By engaging the mind and body with resources that calm the central nervous system, we have greater access to the pain-filled memories impeding us from reaching our full potential and allow insight to surface.
After 20 years of working as a therapist, I took a deep dive into my own therapeutic process and wrote a book about the experience – a memoir to be published soon. My goal is to be your guide, a doula of sorts, to help birth the person you have always wanted to become.
I am a writer and Licensed Creative Arts Therapist in private practice in Hudson Valley, New York. I began my career working in psychiatric inpatient and day treatment programs in the South Bronx NY, serving children, adolescents and adults. In 2004 I developed Damselfly Center for Autism Spectrum disorders where I created the social skills program, Amazing Kids Amazing Families, integrating the creative arts therapies. I became certified in RDI (Relationship Development Intervention), a parent coaching program for families with autism.
In 2016 I shifted my focus to working primarily with adult women and survivors of childhood abuse. I spent the next several years in her own therapy using CRM (Comprehensive Resource Model) and became trained in CRM. I integrate CRM to give clients a body-based spiritual experience in therapy. Call or email to see if we are a good fit.
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I work with clients who either have mild issues or suffer from prolonged mental health, relationship issues, multiple diagnoses and addictions. I have thousands of hours of clinical practice working in various settings that include short and long term work. As a therapist specialising in couple and trauma therapy I also provide individual/group supervision, study groups, mentoring, consultations to organisations and organise/facilitate CRM trainings in the UK.
Each of us is a unique individual so every session is adapted to the person’s needs by integrating various and creaive styles of therapy. My non-judgemental, respectful and confidential environment with emphasis on deep empathy and honesty, hopefully will allow you to feel safe and address various fears. I see myself as a challenging, flexible and grounded therapist who has a wealth of experience and the clients’ best interest at heart. Together we can explore your thoughts, feelings and physical sensations that underpin patterns of behaviour that you didn’t like or may even have been consciously aware of.
Anita Stoll is a licensed clinical social worker who uses mindfulness, yoga, and other non-verbal modalities (in addition to talk therapy) in order to help clients address the challenges that bring them to therapy. Her therapeutic approach is holistic, giving attention to body, mind, spirit and emotions within the therapy process.
She has over 20 years of clinical experience working with children, teens, and adults. Some areas of focus include anxiety, depression, body image, trauma, divorce, infertility, grief/loss issues, and working with individuals who are recovering from emotionally abusive partnerships. She also offers parenting coaching, as well as therapy for parents to explore and integrate their own early experiences. She has found the Comprehensive Resource Model to be an amazingly effective resource in helping teens and adults to work through a range of presenting issues.
I work with adults and adolescents, and have a particular interest in trauma; PTSD and C-PTSD, addictive behaviours and coping mechanisms and their link to developmental/realtional/childhood trauma; ‘ACE’s’ (Adverse Childhood Experiences), and how these affect survivors as adults.
Trauma comes in many forms; obvious, overt ones such as physical or sexual abuse, car accidents, war, disasters etc, and also less obvious or covert forms like emotional abuse or neglect, bullying, or just ‘not getting what we need’ on an emotional level. If you have experienced trauma (defined here simply as anything that ‘overwhelms’ your nervous system’s ability to adapt healthily) then it’s likely that some emotions connected with the trauma are either unavailable to you or intermittently or relentlessly disturbing to you. I can help you with that.
I have completed the CRM basic training, and also Somatic Experiencing Beginning 1, Integral Somatic Psychology Level 1, and Internal Family Systems Level 1 trainings. I am in the submission stage of a Masters degree in Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy and have been running a successful private practice for 6 years. I believe in ongoing updating and learning. I am a member of UKCP and BCPC and abide by their code of ethics. I am also a member of ISST-D (International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation); Trauma Research Foundation; European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies and ACE’s Connection.
During my training I completed a placement with Barnardo’s Sure-start programme providing therapy for young Mums, and a mental health placement with Avon and Wiltshire Assessment and Recovery team.
I am a volunteer psychotherapist with ‘Help! Counselling’, a charity supporting 9-25 year olds.
At the heart of my work is a belief in the deep value of simply being in a calm, confidential and safe space where you can explore what’s troubling you at your own pace. You may be looking for therapy because you know that you have experienced some form of trauma or you may simply be feeling a bit down and that things are ‘not quite right’, or something in-between. I will offer you good humoured warmth and acceptance, that will support you to express what is going on for you, and together we can try to make sense of things. Through being heard, allowing feeling and being genuinely ‘seen’, things get better…
I am a qualified counsellor having started my training in 1995 and then having a break found that the passion I had to help people never diminished so I restarted my training back in 2013 and qualified in Edinburgh, where I am currently based.
My training is underpinned by Person Centred and work with people in a way that is guided by them.
Although I have predominately worked with the more traumatic of counselling needs such as domestic violence and sexual assault (both in childhood and as an adult) I offer help with bereavement and other issues. I also have extensive experience dealing with Asperger’s (ASD).
I am trained in CRM (Comprehensive Resource Model) which is excellent for clients with complex trauma and PTSD.
I am a member of COSCA; Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland.
Not everyone can make it in to the therapy room. Skype/online counselling is also available.
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.
Jim started his career in the mental health field in 1998 working in direct care and as a discharge planner in a residential treatment facility. He received his MSW from Fordham University in 2004. Jim went on to do clinical work in the community with children, adolescents, and families who were at risk of out of home placement. He has also worked with adults affected by HIV, adolescents in group homes as well as adolescents and adults in correctional settings. Through his education and work history he has gained extensive clinical training in modalities such as structural family therapy, non-directive play therapy, CBT, DBT, psychodynamic theory, EMDR, CRM, crisis intervention and alcohol and substance abuse treatment. Jim applies an eclectic approach to treatment taking into account the individual needs and strengths of each client in order to identify and achieve their desired goals. His specialties include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, PTSD, psychotic disorders, substance abuse, processing grief and trauma, life transitions, stress reduction, phobias, behavior modification and anger management.
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We as human beings are the result of the experiences of our lives even from before birth to present. Sometimes, some of these experiences are so destructive that they impact our lives in such a way that we feel trapped, without knowing what to do. In turn, these feelings negatively alter the way we relate to others and ourselves and produce symptoms of depression; anxiety; insecurity; panic attacks; and compulsive, controlling, aggressive or abusive behaviors. All these symptoms are defensive reactions and indicative that something, deep inside us is not well and that we need help.
My passion is to help you free yourself from the root of these symptoms so that you can reach your full potential, considering the connections between body, mind, and spirit. I am committed to providing you with a warm, safe and compassionate environment. In this process, I work with you through the Comprehensive Resource Model.
CRM is a model of advanced therapy for the treatment of traumatic situations (victim of crime, domestic violence, infidelity, abandonment, attachment disruptions or another type of abuse) that leave us stuck and stunt healthy emotional growth & personal development. I specialize in providing therapy for children, adolescents, adults, couples & families. I also teach parenting classes.