NC CENTER for RESILIENCY, PLLC
Orient to the Change that is Possible
NC Center for Resiliency, PLLC is a mental health organization that is focused on the restoration of resiliency and coherence in the mind and body through the use of psychobiological therapy approaches. Our center is comprised of somatically-informed practitioners that offer services of counseling, consulting, training, and collaboration with integrative medical practitioners for your success. Our mission is to be continually expanding the reach of this work.
Somatic Psychotherapy encompasses many body-centered interventions psychotherapists use today. NC Center of Resiliency offers the following modalities that fall under the somatic umbrella.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy
A method proven to help people recover from trauma and other distressing life experiences, including PTSD, anxiety, depression, and panic disorders. It is a phased, focused approach to treating traumatic and other symptoms by reconnecting the client in a safe and measured way to the images, self-thoughts, emotions, and body sensations associated with the trauma, and allowing the natural healing powers of the brain to move toward adaptive resolution.
An intervention for children aged 0-5 who have experienced at least one traumatic event and/or are experiencing mental health, attachment, and/or behavioral problems. CPP assists in building a responsive, nurturing caregiver-child relationship that is proven to buffer the developing brain from the damaging effects of toxic stress, while simultaneously facilitating cognitive and social-emotional development. Over the course of treatment, caregiver and child are guided to create a joint narrative of the psychological traumatic event and identify and address traumatic triggers that generate dysregulated behaviors and affect. The clinician will help foster caregiver’s ability to respond in helpful, soothing ways when the child is upset, foster child’s ability to use parent as a secure base, and develop strategies for regulating affect.
An advanced form of trauma therapy that can access parts of the brain that are often hidden from our awareness. Developed by Dr. David Grand, this form of psychotherapy provides a simultaneous form of diagnosis and treatment for trauma by identifying eye positions associated with traumatic memories stored in the brain. Brainspotting strengthens and enhances internal resources and allows contained, gentle, yet deep processing work with attachment issues, dissociative disorders, therapy for childhood trauma, and PTSD treatment. By regulating the brain’s control of the body, brainspotting promotes physical and mental healing.
Art can be used and created for therapeutic purposes combining the therapeutic process of creation and mental health treatment. Art therapy can be a highly effective way to support the therapeutic process when words alone are not working. Art supports, enhances, and changes the therapeutic process in a way that is gentle, creative, meaningful, and often fun. Art therapy is effective for those of all ages and stages of life, as long as you are open to the process, it is open to you.
NARM (NeuroAffective Relational Model)
The idea is that when we experience early trauma, it causes a disruption in our development, but those natural instincts we have to connect, trust, and love are always there waiting to come back online. NARM assists us in coming back to our true nature by exploring the ways that we had to adapt to survive difficult circumstances as children. This awareness helps connect us to our sense of agency, which is our ability to choose how we want to respond to life and its challenges.
A body-centered approach that aims to treat the somatic symptoms of unresolved trauma. Sensorimotor Psychotherapy hold that traumatic experiences may become trapped deep within the body, with those who are affected sometimes completely unaware of the existence of unresolved trauma. Traditional talk therapies may fail to unearth these unconscious issues.
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