| Registered Clinical
| “The Good Life Is a Process, Not a State of Being. It Is a Direction, Not a Destination”
– Carl Rogers |
At Rebalance Rehab, we aim to create a safe and non-judgmental environment where our clients feel they can open up, communicate their needs, and be empowered to take charge and improve their quality of life.
Our counselors work with our clients by listening wholeheartedly, collaborating and assisting you to find your strength, and providing clarity and understanding to your thoughts and feelings. Partnership and collaboration are the foundations of our approach with all our clients. We want to help them reach all the goals that are meaningful to them. Our counselors hope to provide guidance and different avenues that you can use to reach the goals you have deemed meaningful for you.
Our counselors are trained to assist individuals in the following avenues of therapy:
Trauma and Abuse Counseling
Addiction counseling and support
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How Therapy Can Help
A therapist can provide a safe and supportive environment where individuals can feel comfortable discussing their trauma. This environment can help individuals feel more comfortable sharing and working through their experiences.
Addressing symptoms: Trauma can cause a variety of symptoms, including anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A therapist can help individuals address these symptoms and work toward managing them.
Developing coping strategies: A therapist can help individuals develop healthy coping strategies to deal with the aftermath of trauma. These coping strategies can include mindfulness techniques, deep breathing exercises, or other stress-reduction strategies.
Processing the trauma: Processing the trauma is an essential part of healing. A therapist can help individuals explore and understand their experiences, emotions, and thoughts related to the trauma.
Building resilience: Trauma can have a lasting impact on individuals. Therapy can help individuals build resilience, which is the ability to recover from adversity and cope with stress in a healthy way.
Traumatic experiences rewire the brain, causing people to be hypervigilant to threats. The slightest hint of a threat can send an individual into a fight-or-flight response, triggering stress hormones to flood their bodies and keep them in a state of hyperarousal long after the perceived threat is gone. Over time, hypervigilance can cause physical ailments and hamper trauma sufferers' ability to function emotionally and socially.
Each therapy session is uniquely tailored to the needs of each client. Which is why we offer therapy in different settings. Therapy could look like a walk along the river, a Zoom call, or a meeting at your home or at the clinic. Any other ideas are welcome!