“We want to see you thriving, from the inside out.”
Thrive House Therapy is composed of a talented team of counselors and therapists, each having their own unique specialties, all of which allows our clients to explore the complexities of life. We approach therapy without proscribed agendas, because we understand that our clients needs and journey’s are different. It is not a case where “one size fits all.” We tailor your care in a way that is befitting and specifically for you. Our job is to walk alongside you, to support and build you up, to provide education, resources and coping skills and to help you establish and achieve your goals. Wherever you are, and whatever season of life you’re in, we’re here to ensure you thrive.
Therapy for Trauma
Trauma lives in all of us. Trauma is anything that overwhelms our perceived ability to cope. Trauma is the response to a deeply distressing or disturbing event, past or present, that causes feelings of hopelessness, diminishes sense of self and our ability to feel and experience a full range of emotions. Trauma comes in many forms; there is the trauma of our lived experiences; childhood, abuse, neglect, violence, accidents, illness and grief. There is the trauma of our ancestors, passed on to us through relationships and DNA. There is the trauma of living in an oppressive society. This trauma can live in our minds, bodies, memories and beliefs about ourselves and the result can be devastating. You may be feeling overwhelmed and anxious or numb and exhausted. You may be experiencing racing thoughts, sleeplessness, flashbacks or nightmares. Maybe you are struggling with guilt and shame, a loss of trust in yourself or the world, difficult relationships, or feeling like you don’t even know who you are any more. Whatever it is that you’re experiencing, know that this season in your life will not last forever, and we’re here to help you come out on the other side of it.
Trauma therapy is a form of talk therapy that includes: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).