Part of being free to be you is healing all the different parts of you!
Therapy can take different approaches and at Serenity, we offer many different types of healing. Many of us having experienced trauma or Trauma in our lives. Often Trauma with a big “T” might be a major traumatic event like the death of a parent or experiencing physical abuse. The other small “t” trauma can be smaller traumas that can add up over time. For example, feeling excluded or bullied by a group of kids at school and then re-experiencing discrimination again in the workplace by co-workers, can add to a more chronic form of trauma that feels like rejection.
People of different races or sexual orientations may carry trauma big “T” or little “t” from being perceived as different or for feeling marginalized by cultural norms. Some traumas are single incidences, like a car accident, and some are multi-layered events over time, like being in unsafe relationships or places where one doesn’t know if they will be hurt or abused. Both forms of trauma, little “t” and big “T;” single incidence trauma and multilayered trauma are impactful and get in the way of you feeling free to live your healthiest life.
At Serenity, we offer treatment for big “T” and little “t” trauma. One approach to treating trauma is ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy).
𝘼𝙍𝙏 resets the brain after trauma has altered it.
Imagine, if you can, what it feels like to carry a heavy burden for years and then, all of a sudden, be able to let it go – years of carrying the effects of trauma gone during a single session with an ART therapist. This type of relief may seem unbelievable, but it does happen consistently with the use of Accelerated Resolution Therapy. In ART we say, “Keep the Knowledge, Lose the Pain.”
ART has been used to treat adults and children with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression, Anxiety, trauma from sexual abuse, Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, physical and mental challenges, addictions, grief and job or relationship issues. ART works to reprogram the brain in a healthy way and makes positive changes for these conditions. ART goes beyond desensitization. ART is about resilience, turning negative experiences into positive ones. The benefits of ART are limitless.
How ART Works:
Meet Ryan Robinson, he is an ART trained and skilled provider. ART is safe for children and adults. You don’t need to have a PTSD-diagnosis to do ART. Are you carrying an emotional burden that could use healing? ART could help; don’t wait, call us today! 952-542-2200
Ryan Robinson LPCC, LADC (He/Him/His)