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Trauma & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Confronting the Shadows of the Past? If past traumatic events or lingering symptoms of PTSD are affecting your present, our combination of psychotherapy and expressive arts offers a haven for processing, understanding, and healing.

Remember, no previous experience with music or art is necessary; it's about finding new creative avenues to understand and express yourself.

How Anxiety Affects Us: 

Trauma can stem from various life events, be it sudden losses, experiences of violence, accidents, or any distressing event that leaves a lasting emotional scar.


Over time, these traumatic experiences might manifest into Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), characterized by intrusive memories, heightened alertness, avoidance behaviors, and mood disturbances.


These effects can permeate daily living, often affecting relationships, work, and overall well-being. The weight of trauma and PTSD can sometimes feel isolating, but with the right support, healing is possible.

How Can We Help: 

Understanding and healing from trauma requires a gentle, tailored approach. At the intersection of talk therapy and creative arts therapies, we create a safe space for individuals to delve into their experiences, make sense of lingering emotions, and embark on a healing process.


Through this fusion of therapeutic methods, we aim to guide individuals towards reclaiming their narrative and finding peace.

Music offers an avenue to confront and process traumatic memories and the complex emotions they elicit. In our sessions, talk therapy is harmoniously woven with various music-based interventions. You might find solace in carefully selected tracks that resonate with your experiences, or you might actively engage in creating melodies, rhythms, or even improvisational segments that help express and explore your feelings. At times, these musical engagements become avenues for deeper conversation or reflection. The balance between verbal discussion and musical engagement is tailored to your comfort and therapeutic needs, ensuring a holistic approach to processing trauma.

Therapists: Jon Burkhart, Robin Soper

Music Psychotherapy for Trauma & PTSDS

Art therapy offers a tangible means to represent, understand, and process trauma. In our sessions, talk therapy is seamlessly combined with various art-based activities. You may be guided to craft visual narratives that depict certain memories or emotions, or you might engage in more abstract artistic expressions that symbolize your feelings or experiences. The act of creating can often make intangible emotions and memories more concrete, aiding discussion and understanding. Whether it's through detailed illustrations, paintings, or even simple sketches, the synergy of dialogue and artistic creation offers a comprehensive platform for confronting and healing from trauma.

Therapists: Natalie Bochenska, Rhys Castro, Ninat Friedland

Art Psychotherapy for Trauma & PTSD

What Can You Expect?

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