Supporting Our Kids through Trauma

As parents, the job we take most seriously is protecting our children. Unfortunately, despite our best efforts, our children and teens sometimes experience traumatic events. Something is considered to be traumatic if it is a scary or dangerous situation that overwhelms a child or teen’s ability to cope.  Traumatic events… Read More

Understanding Panic Disorder

Does having a rapid heart rate, sweating, breathlessness, dizziness, feeling like you’re loosing control seem all too familiar?  If so, you may be experiencing a panic attack.  A panic attack is defined by a sudden rush of fear or discomfort that peaks within ten minutes, and is accompanied by at… Read More

Treating Trauma with EMDR

Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) is different than other forms of therapy because it targets a whole different area of the brain. Many trauma therapy approaches deal with the logical part of the brain. While these therapies can indeed be helpful to many trauma survivors, they do not necessarily deal… Read More