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Sometimes it can be helpful to do some research on your own as you seek out a helping professional. 

Here are a few links that may help you to explore the different types of therapies that I offer and to see if they may be of interest to you. 

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a remarkable treatment method used to heal the symptoms of trauma and other emotional conditions. Research studies show that EMDR is very effective in helping people process emotionally painful and traumatic experiences.                                     http://emdr.org          http:/emdria.org

One Eye Integration (OEI) is a neurologically based series of trauma integration techniques to reduce and resolve the impact of trauma. It can also be used to integrate any disparity of perception between the two eyes, which can occur in traumatic head injury, learning disabilities, strokes and other phenomena.

http://www.sightpsych.com/

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).  Based on impressive new discoveries regarding the body’s subtle energies, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) has proven successful in thousands of clinical cases. It applies to just about every emotional, health and performance issue you can name and it often works where nothing else will.

http://www.emofree.com/

John Gottman has created relationship and marriage building tools and principles.  He has assessment and diagnosis procedures that have been used to predict marital stability with 94% accuracy.  These new diagnostic tools can help identify the specific problems in the dynamics of the marital relationship.

www.gottman.com

Sue Johnson and Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT).  EFT is usually a short term (8-20 sessions), structured approach to couples therapy.  It incorporates attachment theory to further understand what is happening in the couple relationships and to guide therapists in helping them.  She is also the author of Hold Me Tight a book on relationship that can be very helpful in understanding the dynamics that go on in a relationship dance.

http://www.iceeft.com     http://www.holdmetight.net/hold_me_tight.php

Lifespan Integration (LI) by Peggy Pace.  Lifespan Integration is a gentle, body-based therapeutic method which heals without re-traumatizing.  Lifespan Integration relies on the innate ability of the body-mind to heal itself. LI is body-based, and combines active imagination, the juxtaposition of ego states in time, and a visual time line of memories to facilitate neural integration and rapid healing.

http://www.lifespanintegration.com

Choosing the Right Therapist: Finding the right therapist is important.  For more information on locating a therapist that is right for you, see:

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/psychologically-minded/201309/some-advice-choosing-therapist

 

I have training in each of these different therapies and they would be available to you if you are interested.