NARM Therapy

The NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) is a somatically based psychotherapy that addresses the nervous system dysregulation, distortions of the identity, and the interplay between the two that result from childhood and complex trauma (C-PTSD).

While many traditional talk therapies focus on attachment themes and early life experiences with the perspective that the past determines who we are in the present, NARM explores personal history to clarify patterns from the past that get in the way of being present and in connection with yourself and others in the here and now.

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EMDR Therapy

During a traumatic or stressful event (shock trauma), the brain does not process information as it normally would. Instead, information can get stuck or stored in the brain in unhelpful ways and continue to negatively affect you in your present day life. The old stored information can be triggered in the present and can cause you to have thoughts, feelings, or bodily sensations that transport you back to the time the trauma occurred. This affects the way a person sees the world and how they relate with others. EMDR is a structured therapy that focuses on reprocessing traumatic memories. The therapy uses bilateral stimulation, such as eye movement, to help individuals process traumatic events and reduce the emotional charge associated with these memories.

 
 

The Internal Family Systems Model

IFS is a non-pathologizing therapy that views individuals as whole and capable of healing. The therapy focuses on helping individuals identify and work through their inner conflicts and promotes self-leadership and self-compassion.

Felt Sense Polyvagal Model

The Felt Sense Polyvagal Model is a somatic approach to healing that helps individuals connect with their bodies and promote healing from trauma. The Felt Sense Polyvagal Model views the body as a source of information and wisdom, and the therapy focuses on helping individuals develop a deeper connection with their bodies.


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