The Attach Place offers a variety of powerful trauma therapies and treatment modalities for healing deeply.
Trauma impacts a person’s ability to experience joy and well-being in life and relationships. If you are traumatized in childhood, it is likely that you will be developmentally challenged in your maturation and ability to function in life under any amount of stress. Here you will receive specialized training in DBT and Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy practices, as well as treatment with EMDR, Neurofeedback Therapy and Affect Regulation Therapy. These trauma informed therapies will help you recover your confidence, decrease emotionality and reactivity, increase your sense of personal safety, open access to your loving feelings, and re-energize your relationship with yourself and your loved ones. Peace can be yours again.
Neurofeedback, for brain training that helps heal brain-based trauma reactions and many other symptoms and problems including depression, anxiety, sleep disorders, ADHD, ADD, PTSD, emotional dysregulation, fears, panic, chronic pain, migraines, irritation, agitation, impatience, mood swings and more. For more specific information, click here.
Hemi-Sync Technology, for brain hemispheric synchronization through generations of complex, multilayered audio signals, which act together to create a resonance that is reflective in brainwaves characteristic of specific states of consciousness that promotes well-being, concentration, restfulness, peace, and stress reduction.
Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), for children and adults experiencing a variety of reactions due to trauma, including Post-Traumatic Stress symptoms, such as flashbacks, re-experiencing past events, disturbing swings in emotion, anxiety, fear, and hypervigilance.
Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), for supporting, challenging, and correcting the after effects of trauma on the thinking and action processes.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), for processing paradoxical life experiences both cognitively, practically, and mindfully.
Affect Regulation Therapy, to develop an understanding of the neuroscience of emotion regulation and to experience behavior change through practicing regulation skills.