Somatic Experiencing and Attachment Based Therapy
Childhood and acute trauma have been proven to be significant contributors toward chronic illness and mental health symptoms. The good news is that are bodies are hard-wired to heal from these traumas. Somatic Experiencing (learn more) and Dynamic Attachment Repatterning approaches work directly with our nervous and attachment systems. These approaches offer a framework to discover underlying patterns created by trauma that linger in the body and processes to unwind and resolve them.
These forms of therapy are particularly helpful in resolving physical and emotional symptoms related to trauma and emotional stress including: anxiety, depression, sleep issues, muscle tension and pain, digestive concerns, rashes and respiratory issues. Physical and psychological symptoms are easier to resolve as the activation or numbing of the nervous system comes into balance.