Trauma and Abuse

Have you or your child been affected by a traumatic event such as an act of violence or form of abuse and feel it is interfering with the rest of your life?

[gn_quote style=”1″]Traumatic events are remarkably common in the U.S. and around the world.  And trauma has a major impact on health.  — Kathy Kendall-Tackett, PhD, Research Associate and Professor of Psychology at the Family Research Laboratory Crimes Against Children [/gn_quote]


Seeking a Therapist

When looking for a trauma therapist, you want someone who is compassionate and skilled in working with the psychological, neurophysiological, and cognitive complexities of a traumatic response.
We utilize evidence-based interventions, while tailoring treatment to your specific emotional, developmental, and relational needs.

Child and Adolescent Treatment

We work with your child to develop skills in stress management, cognitive processing, communication, problem-solving, and safety.  We support you as a parent in managing your response to the trauma.

Adult Treatment

We work with you to develop skills in emotional processing to bring about a change in how your deal with the trauma.  Our goal is to help you decrease your emotional distress and trauma-related symptoms while increasing your coping skills and overall well-being.