Ellyn is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Her specialties include trauma, adoption, mood disorders and anxiety. She currently works mostly with adults, but has had extensive experience working with parents and their young children, as well as with women victims of domestic abuse, children with histories of sexual abuse, parents ordered for intensive parenting training, individuals with medical conditions, and losses of all kinds. Ellyn’s therapeutic approach utilizes a holistic approach, and includes both somatic and energetic components. Ellyn has been trained in trauma therapies such as EMDR and Brainspotting and has taken advanced training in treatment of dissociative identity disorder. She has been studying and working with the Comprehensive Resource Model and its antecedents since 2011. The CRM is a beautiful, gentle, and powerful approach to healing.
Your life is a story of experiences that shape your thoughts, feelings, behaviors and relationships. My passion is to walk along side of you and share in your story to tap into your own internal, self healing capabilities to create the change you are looking for. I build on your strengths and add additional resources to build a solid foundation to support and guide your work. I can help adults who experienced trauma or loss, feeling stuck, anxiety, depression, anger or have relationship struggles.
I have 13+ years working with adults who have experienced childhood and/or adulthood sexual abuse/assault. I use specific techniques (i.e. EMDR, Brainspotting and Comprehensive Resource Model) that integrate the mind and the body to alleviate symptoms and create healing at a deeper, neurobiological level than traditional talk therapy. These techniques get to the root of the issue to produce lasting results.
It will be a privilege to work with you and be a witness to your story.
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Jeanine is dedicated to help clients resolve and release the layers of conscious and unconscious unresolved trauma that keep them stuck in unhealthy patterns of thought, feeling, emotion, and behavior. Her deepest desire is to assist her clients as they uncover and rediscover their deepest truths and strengths to live a life of authentic self-expression, self-love, fulfillment, inner and outer peace, and joyful relationships.
Jeanine supports clients of all ages, genders, and sexual orientations in a safe, comfortable, non- judgmental therapeutic atmosphere.
Jeanine became a California State Certified Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Counselor in March of 2013 and graduated from Grand Canyon University with a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy in October of 2013. She has pursued additional training in; EMDR, Feeling State Addiction Protocol (FSAP), Brainspotting, The Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM), Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM), Heart Centered Therapy (HCT), Alcoholism, Attachment, Anxiety, Intuitive Eating, Sex & Love Addiction, and Reiki Healing.
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern at Community Counseling Associates, specializing in trauma and addiction. Licensed Advanced Alcohol Drug Counselor, LCi12940119. AA degrees in Chemical Dependency Studies, Human Services, Social Services, and Liberal Arts, American River College, 2000. Bachelors of Science in Counseling Psychology and Biblical Studies, William Jessup University, 2009, Masters degree in Marriage and Family Therapy #101020, Western Seminary, Rocklin, 2013.
Trained in EMDR, Brainspotting, and Comprehensive Resource Model.
Passionate about helping individuals, groups, families, and couples build a new life. Trauma Therapy, Addiction and Codependency Counseling that integrate mind, body and spirit and related issues such as codependency. Facilitating the relapse prevention process once an individual completes the initial stages of their recovery and is learning how to enjoy a clean and sober lifestyle. 20 years of experience in speaking and training organizations, schools and churches about healing trauma, addiction recovery and spirituality, and facilitating groups. Experienced in providing team and leadership training for churches and small organizations. To schedule an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org or 916-207-3111.
MSc Psychotherapy BA(Hons) Pychology Dip PsychotherpayMiddlesex University, Metanoia Institute
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.
I first started out in General Medical Practice about ten years ago and then realized that my passion was to work with trauma, as I felt this lay at the root of the challenges so many of my patients were facing. Then in my last six years in the trauma field, I discovered in CRM the most complete, effective and heartful approach I have ever come across, especially when it comes to complex trauma. I feel privileged to be able to offer online, in-person and small group CRM sessions. I also have some background in CBT, EMDR and IFS which I weave into my work when the need arises. I am inspired by the vision of the CRM Foundation to take this model further afield than one-on-one work, in service of the universal need to heal ancestral and collective trauma.
MSW CDP LICSW LGSWCoy Osgood Private Practice
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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 relocated to North Carolina in 2016. However, I have maintained my LCSW-R license in NY State and thereby 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.
I have no doubt that my calling in life is to foster healing in people who feel broken in heart and soul. I also see myself as being a fellow sharing this particular stretch of time and space on this planet with you. My mission is to give generously from what I have been given as we walk a little way together when our paths meet in the divinely choreographed dance of Life.
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.