Specializing Counseling

Cutting edge, researched-based approaches that provide relief from PTSD, Severe Anxiety, Grief, and Depression. Effective treatment for the effects of trauma.

Therapy Approaches

Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART), EFT/Tapping, Meaning-Centered Therapy, Mind-Body Techniques, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

Wellness Tools

Mindfulness, Yoga Nidra/Guided Meditation, Tapping, Body-based techniques to calm the mind including Mudra hand gestures and breathing practices.

“Loreen helped me work through anxiety and panic attacks I was having. We did ART and she also taught me some mind-body techniques. I feel better able to manage stressors and I’m actually enjoying my life more these days.” – A.L.

“I finally feel like I have my life back. Years of sexual and physical abuse left me with severe PTSD, unable to enjoy visiting my grandchildren; I mostly stayed isolated at home. After doing ART with Loreen, the severe debilitating symptoms resolved. Since then, I have been using other mindfulness tools I learned with Loreen, and have more confidence about being able to tolerate distress better. I get out of my house now and spend quality time with family.” – C.F.

“I did six deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. I was angry, depressed, and isolated when I returned home. I was feeling hopeless after several failed attempts at therapy, then I discovered ART (Accelerated Resolution Therapy) with Loreen. The hold that the memories had on me finally got resolved. I highly recommend ART!” – R.S.

From the blog….

What Anxiety? Absolutely Powerful Apps to Calm Your Brain

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On “Being” and not over identifying with what we “Do”

Just read this great short essay on the value of just “being” and not placing all our value and meaning in life on “what we do.” The author stresses that learning to “be” helps us to be better able to accept and love ourselves…which of course enables us to truly love...

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