Compassion-focused therapy, or CFT, is a therapeutic practice that emphasizes compassion towards oneself and others to promote emotional healing.
The Posttraumatic Growth Inventory (PTGI) is the most prevalent measure used to assess positive outcomes after extremely stressful and potentially traumatic events.
Sound healing is the process of using specific sound frequencies to encourage well-being. It is believed to promote a “state of harmony and health” in peoples’ minds and bodies.
More than a diary-like, surface-level account of one’s day or week, therapeutic journaling is a deep, internal process in which people express their emotions, reactions, and perceptions.
Child-parent psychotherapy, or CPP, is a trauma-informed therapeutic approach used with young children and parents who have experienced violence or trauma.
Accelerated experiential dynamic psychotherapy (AEDP) helps people process and manage traumatic experiences and difficult emotions safely within the confines of a therapeutic relationship.