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Mental health therapy often emphasizes coping skill development rather than symptom change. Somatic, or mind-body therapies, produce faster, more impactful results by overriding cognition to engage the limbic system--the source of the mind-body connection and the reason mental health disorders have physical symptoms such as panic, poor digestion, and chronic pain.

EMDR lowers the intensity of feelings and symptoms attached to traumatic or adverse experiences. EFT Tapping is an evidence-based use of acupressure points that can be used as a coping skill or a guided therapy approach. Both methods  begin reframing dysfunctional core beliefs and emotional patterns.

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Early experiences and social conditioning shape the ego, or identity, which is necessary to function--but also the source of problematic reactions, habits, and symptoms.  
Transpersonal therapy frames spiritual growth as reaching potential beyond ego limitations. A natural extension of somatic therapy, transpersonal therapy goals include post-traumatic growth, uncovering your ''shadow,'' and clarifying purpose.

Internal Family Systems (IFS) creates insight and balance by building connection to the mindful center between emotional triggers and overbearing ego patterns. Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy uses IFS and a Jungian ''active imagination'' approach to maximize the benefits of ketamine treatment.  


Integrative Psychiatry is trauma-informed, patient-centered care that includes medication management (except for controlled substances), supplement recommendations, or a hybrid.  Interpersonal and Social Rhythm education, ideal for Bipolar Disorder, helps improve mood stability by addressing personal biological/social rhythms.

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Progressive, high-impact approaches for anxiety, trauma, depression, and other mental health issues

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  Your mind is in every cell of your body.
-Candace Pert, former NIH Researcher 

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