• EMDR: EMDR or Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing was developed by Francine Shapiro in 1991 as way to reframe traumatic memories using bilateral stimulation. The participant is asked to bring up an unpleasant memory and, through the use of bilateral stimulation, is provided an opportunity to reprocess and neutralize the memory, releasing the unhealthy cognition.  This treatment has been used by the Veterans Administration, The World Health Organization and has been endorsed by the United Nations as an effective, efficient way to treat those suffering from PTSD and other trauma based disorders. More information can be found on  
  • Hypnotherapy: Hypnotherapy is used to induce a deep state of relaxation where participants may access the root cause of low self-esteem, anxiety, depression. It is used to release and reframe negative emotions and may lead to a deeper understanding of how past events can influence the present. More information can be found at 
  • Mindfulness: Is a practice in which one focuses on and becomes more aware to encourage living in the present moment. It is easy to be thinking about several different items which need to be checked off on the 'to do list' while missing out on opportunities that are in the present. Engaging in mindful practices may help alleviate stress, anxiety and depression. More information can be found at:
  • Reiki: Reiki is a Japanese healing modality that may involve the laying on of hands or placing hands over one's body without any physical contact. It is based on using the life energy that flows through each individual as a way to channel healing. More information can be found at:
  • Trauma Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Trauma Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) has been developed over the past twenty years as an evidence based treatment for children and adolescents who have experienced trauma and traumatic stress. By providing young people a safe environment in which to talk, use art and become aware of somatic responses to stress, traumatic stress as well as secondary symptoms such as anxiety and depression can be alleviated. More information can be found at: