Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is defined as psychotherapy that combines cognitive therapy with behavior therapy by identifying faulty or maladaptive patterns of thinking, emotional response, or behavior and substituting them with desirable patterns of thinking, emotional response, or behavior.
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Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a psychotherapy approach designed for working with distressing or traumatic memories. The theory behind EMDR is that many psychological difficulties are the result of distressing life experiences which have not been stored in memory properly and are said to be unprocessed or blocked. These traumatic memories may need some help to become processed, and EMDR is one way to do this. EMDR sessions are sometimes slightly longer than typical therapy sessions (up to 90 minutes). The number of sessions needed will depend on the type and severity of trauma which you experienced. NICE estimate that 8-12 sessions may be necessary to treat simpler traumas, with more sessions necessary for multiple traumas.
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Ketamine assisted psychotherapy (KAP) combines the unique therapeutic capabilities of Ketamine treatment with an integrated psychotherapy program to address not only the symptoms of anxiety and depression but also the negative thought patterns, traumas, habits, and chemical pathways our brains develop to cope with our histories and symptoms. By combining two dynamic, evidence-based tools⎯Ketamine treatment and psychotherapy. Ketamine assisted psychotherapy provides both rapid and effective relief from symptoms and the long-term healing gained from greater self-knowledge, emotional growth, and neural rebalance.
KAP trained by Dr. Phil Wolfson, author of The Ketamine Papers.
Hundreds of clinical trials have shown that petting an animal reduces blood pressure and heart rate, thus reducing stress and anxiety. It also releases oxytocin and endorphins, which help patients feel better and aid in their healing. Therapy animals provide motivation and even pain management for clients
Individual Session, 60 minutes
Individual Session, 45 minutes
Individual Session, 30 minutes
KAP Session, 3 hours
EMDR Session, 60-90 minutes
Registered Clinical Social Work Intern Individual Session
Group Supervision Session