Approach

I draw from a variety of therapeutic approaches, some of which I am informed in and lean on during specific situations, and others are central to the fundamental workings of each session

Mindfulness

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Attachment Theory

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Trauma-Informed

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Client-Centred

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Compassion-Based

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Narrative Theory

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Inner Child Work

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Progress-Oriented

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy 

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Without trauma-informed treatment, traumatized clients may not respond optimally and they may even be re-traumatized by the mental health system if they are labeled as “treatment resistant” because the treatment does not address the core issue of trauma; some may be misunderstood as fabricating or exaggerating their trauma history or symptoms.

Bethany L. Brand