Our Focus

We have all experienced life-changing events that have negatively impacted us. Addiction is a disease that arises as a solution to trauma and the impact that it has left. It is an attempt to cope with the painful effects of the trauma. It disconnects us from ourselves, thereby disconnecting us from the pain.

We, at TRWC, have been paving the path for individuals struggling with addiction. Our program is designed keeping holistic healing at the forefront of the recovery process. Our Addiction Treatment Program is intended to assist individuals in healing from trauma and reestablishing connections with their bodies, minds, souls, and the people around them. Providing clients the freedom to move forward with their recovery and their lives is the main goal of outpatient treatment. The outpatient treatment program enables one’s recovery process to enhance and supplement their current way of life rather than requiring that life alter in order to accommodate healing.

Why Choose Us?

Our therapists, in affiliation with Arizona Trauma Institute, are Certified Clinical Trauma Specialists in Trauma & Addiction & work from a salutogenic framework. This certification equips them with knowledge and competency related to topics including types of compulsions & addictions, and addiction culture and treatment.

Our therapists have the resources & expertise to facilitate you in sustaining your recovery & moving towards growth and healing, independent of addiction. Furthermore, as our program is an outpatient one, it empowers people to integrate recovery into their daily life as opposed to pausing life to exclusively focus on recovery.

Our Program Breakdown

Individual Therapy Sessions

Individual therapy sessions for addiction follow a trauma-informed framework, focusing on asset building and self-regulation. The therapist and client collaboratively work on the relationship with the addiction.


Experiential sessions utilize hands-on tools and resources focused on building relationships with one’s emotions and working on emotional and self-regulation, specifically from a somatic perspective.


Family sessions focus on building transparency, open communication, and co-regulation tools and resources for the family in order to facilitate and support the recovery process.

Our Stories

Upcoming Events

Tension and Trauma Release Exercise (TRE) Providers’ Training

This training is in affiliation with TRE For All. It is designed for professionals who are looking to help individuals dealing with adverse stress and trauma stored in the body using the body’s natural healing/tremor mechanism. By releasing stress and healing trauma, individuals connect to their wholeness in a way that improves all areas of their life and their community. Because TRE is a natural response that requires no language, it transcends many barriers and can benefit everyone, making it inclusive for all. Professionals can practice TRE with their clients to provide a safe method to process trauma without going into the narration of it. .

Certified Trauma Support Specialist (CTSS)

This training is in affiliation with the Arizona Trauma Institute. It is designed to enhance non- clinical care professionals’ knowledge and skills to support the healing process for those they care for, who struggle due to history of trauma and adversity. This training will enhance the skills that are vital and fundamental to effective recovery and resilience of a trauma history.

Senior Leads Training

Our upcoming Senior Leads training is an international training taking place in October. This training offers practical ways of supporting children/teenagers whose learning is interrupted by trauma or mental health problems and whose troubled behavior may have become a barrier to learning for other pupils. This training is in partnership with Trauma-Informed Schools UK – for teachers and staff who aim to build a safer and inclusive school environment.