Services & Modalities
At AMAR Wellness, each therapist has lived experiences, interests, and ways of understanding the impacts of trauma that impact how they practice. We are diligent in our efforts to continue to learn different ways to provide effective and meaningful treatment.
AMAR Wellness is a trauma-informed practice. We know that experiencing a happy and fulfilling life can be a difficult thing to achieve; sometimes painful life events can get in the way. These experiences can affect the way our mind, body, and spirit operate. We want to find a holistic path to regain wellness. This path may involve one or more approaches to help you heal and reach your goals.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy
Some of our therapists use components of this model to teach skills that can improve everyday distress about emotions, relationships, and the realities of how difficult life can be. Many times, DBT strategies can prepare people for the emotions that come up during trauma work.
Neurofeedback is much different from typical talk therapy and is a tool that can be useful for many people who have had a difficult time with more traditional therapies. This modality is non-invasive and can modify brain wave patterns associated with symptoms.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
EMDR is a trauma treatment that is considered flexible and something that both your therapist and yourself agree to embark on at a pace and intensity that fits where you're at. While it is emotionally difficult to go through, it can be incredibly rewarding.
There are several types of exposure therapy, some of them more intense and rigorous than others. Exposure is often used with anxiety symptoms or when things you need to do have been avoided so long that it seems impossible. This tool can help build confidence and a sense of mastery in a world that has felt uncertain and scary.
Internal Family Systems (IFS)
IFS is a language that is often used to help us understand why we might react to certain situations in a way we wish we didn't. Using IFS can help people accept themselves. Most times, this tool is used along with other modalities to enhance insight.
A lot of times, people think of therapy as "talking", and that mental health symptoms are "in your head". Although, our entire body feels what we go through and using other parts of our brains and bodies can help us heal in profound ways. Our therapists are eager to dance, feel, create, and move with you.
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