Being a psychotherapist that specializes in trauma, I have a unique opportunity to study the effects of trauma on the brain, on the body, and on the client’s subjective experience of the world. I think it is very important for the world of medicine and psychology to understand trauma in a deeper way, so that we can properly diagnose it and help our clients heal faster. Click here to read more
- How Embracing Vulnerability Strengthens Our Relationships
- A Guide to Self-Care for Codependents and Those Who Struggle with Self-Care
- What Do the Symptoms of Trauma Really Look Like?
- How Are You? Really, How Are You?
- Mental Illness Splits Families
- Six Important Truths about Depression
- Two Words That Make Asking for Help a Lot Easier
- Raising Emotionally Intelligent Kids & Teens: ‘Anger & How to be the Boss of Your Brain
- Restorative Sleep is Vital to Brain Health
- Neurofeedback and Anxiety