We offer both in-person and online individual therapy sessions that are based on trauma-informed treatment. The majority of people have experienced some form of trauma, and trauma-informed therapists are aware of this and are familiar with the various ways that it affects a person’s mind, body, and spirit. The client’s sense of safety is prioritized and maintained during the course of trauma-informed therapy. Development of interdependence and autonomy are the ultimate goals of trauma-informed therapy. Our therapists are Certified Clinical Trauma Specialists possessing an understanding of the science and biology behind trauma and stress, as well as the framework required in therapy to heal the effects of trauma from the mind as well as from one’s body.


Trauma-informed therapy is an approach to therapy designed to cater to the individual’s safety, support, and self-regulation on a holistic level. The following are some fundamental principles of the trauma-informed approach:

A psychologically, physically, and emotionally secure setting for therapy

An awareness that coping mechanisms perform significant survival functions & are biologically appropriate responses

Recognizing one’s innate healing abilities

Collaboration & empowerment to facilitate a culture of interdependency

Aiming to foster resilience and post-traumatic growth

Couples Therapy

Couples therapy is a type of psychotherapy that can aid in establishing a healthy dynamic between partners. Couples therapy assists you in repairing your relationship if you’re experiencing relationship issues, or in deepening your existing relationship with your partner. Through the use of co-regulation techniques and resource building, couples therapy facilitates couples in establishing and improving healthy communication. Couples counseling aims to build and sustain a healthy relationship and manage obstacles as a team, working together rather than competing with one another. Couples therapy can further facilitate couples in the process of collaborative decision-making in cases of amicable separation.


Develops your co-regulation and
self-regulation skills to promote healthy and safe communication

Assesses the couple’s capacity for problem-solving & teaches them to effectively convey their emotions & thoughts

Recognizes the couple’s strengths and potential growth areas

Family Therapy

Family therapy refers to a type of therapy where families can strengthen their communication with each other and practice conflict resolution. Our therapy sessions are based on a trauma-informed framework, which assists families to foster growth and connection. Any family situation that causes tension, grief, frustration, or conflict can benefit from family therapy. Following a trauma-informed framework, the sessions are structured to emphasize capacity building and co-regulation within the family, leading to healthy family dynamics.


The individuals can learn and develop techniques to improve family dynamics, express their concerns, and foster healthy communication

It helps in examining family roles, rules, and behavior patterns to identify issues that contribute to conflict and discuss methods to work through these issues

Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR)

EMDR is a non-verbal form of therapy that facilitates the accessing and processing of traumatic memories and adverse life experiences to bring them to an adaptive resolution. This therapy functions by paying attention to the traumatic and distressing memory for a brief period of time while undergoing bilateral stimulation (primarily eye movements) which is linked to a decrease in the emotional intensity and vividness of the traumatic memories. It functions by focusing on and reshaping the feelings, attitudes, beliefs, and bodily sensations that underlie the symptoms of post-traumatic stress.


During the therapy, the client concentrates on the distressing incident for short periods of time while keeping their attention on an external object. The presence of dual attention activates the natural healing reserves within the brain leading to reprocessing of the distressing memory. Following a successful EMDR therapy session, restrictive beliefs are reconstructed and stress arousal is reduced.

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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. .