4 Science-Backed Methods to Help Your Brain Process Trauma : By Debbie Hampton


This is an excellent and informative article. Science backed modalities are not the only forms of therapy that work for trauma recovery. 
As a trauma therapist who practices Creative Arts Therapies, Animal Assisted Psychotherapy and Talk therapy, I have witnessed clients find their freedom while sitting in my home environment.

Many of my clients have had poor modeling from their caregivers as children.
 Poor self regulation, lack of grounding, inner critic bombardment and self-sabotage perpetuate the cruel voices of many of the adults who were supposed to be their protectors and role models as infants, children and adolescents.
The combination of these three modalities, practiced in a calm family home, seem to offer my clients an opportunity to safely explore new experiences and ways of being present.  


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