Breathing Space Psychotherapy
Each of our therapists is trained in diverse areas of mental health issues and treatment options.
We genuinely understand the impact stressors have on your life.
Our work is to support YOU in achieving freedom and balance.
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)
Sometimes called Psychological Acupuncture, EFT assists the nervous system in releasing past traumas, physical pain, and anxiety. The object is to disrupt the repetitive loops that keep us stuck and allow the body to recognize a new way of being. By utilizing EFT, we rewire our brains to respond to life, rather than react to it.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
CBT gives us a process for identifying and changing damaging thought patterns that have a negative effect on our emotions and behaviors. When we can shift the way we think, we can open our lives to healthy possibilities.
Experiential therapy supports clients in using expressive tools (art, writing) activities (psychodrama, Internal Family Systems, movement), and other methods to reenact or recreate specific situations from past and present experiences in our lives. This allows us to take our power back and reframe the stories we tell ourselves.
Mindfulness Based Therapy
A very popular therapeutic tool that can assist you with increasing your awareness of thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. With practice, you will begin to train your mind and bring yourself to the present moment where you can notice how some thoughts and behaviors impede your progress.
The basis of Brainspotting is “Where you look determines how you feel.” Brainspotting is born out of EMDR and utilizes eye position to help the brain release negative emotions, psychological and physical pain, and trauma. This technique will help you create lasting change in your life.
Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) is a type of therapy that combines the use of a medication called ketamine with other psychotherapy techniques to help people who are struggling with mental health challenges like depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).