No two journeys toward healing look the same

Our team of experts offers treatment modalities selected on a personalized level. Clients move towards healing using these modalities and more with their Wellness Coordinator, one on one.

- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
- Prolonged Exposure (PE)
- Poly Vagal Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Somatic Experiencing or Other Somatic-based Therapies

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PTSD is never easy but we're here for the fight.

We have extensive experience working with veterans and service members who experience PTSD - over the last year, 62% of the clients we’ve served have had a PTSD diagnosis. Our only focus is on helping overcome trauma to build a better future.

Our Standard of Care

Our core investment in elite behavioral health personnel dictates that we don’t settle for mediocrity.

Every member of our Wellness Center team has an advanced degree in at least one area of behavioral health, and many of them are licensed mental health care providers.

Each Wellness Coordinator goes through extensive training upon joining our team, including training:

  • Custom methodologies
  • Trauma-informed care
  • Biopsychosocial care
  • Motivational interview techniques

Not everyone who experiences trauma will go on to develop PTSD

Managing traumatic experiences in healthy and holistic ways can help someone navigate the tough things they have been through. It's important to remember PTSD isn't the same as simply experiencing trauma.

Some warning signs of PTSD include:
- Intrusive memories, including flashbacks or nightmares of the traumatic event
- Avoiding talking about the traumatic event, or avoiding people, places or things that can remind them of the event
- Negative thoughts about themselves or others
- Memory problems, including aspects of the traumatic event
- Difficulty maintaining close relationships or feeling positive emotions
- Being easily startled or frightened, or always being on guard for danger
- Self-destructive behavior, such as substance abuse
- Irritability, angry outbursts or aggressive behavior
- Trouble sleeping
- Overwhelming guilt or shame