Infant-Child and Parent Specialist
Meadows-trained Post-Induction Therapy model
Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics
Community Resiliency Model
Julia Rose Polk works with adults and children who are recovering from trauma, addiction, and codependence. Understanding that the therapeutic relationship is of utmost importance, she seeks to earn the trust of her clients through compassion, emotional support and acceptance.
Julia Rose is oriented toward somatic (body) and emotional processing, supporting individuals in walking through unresolved grief related to their trauma. She attempts to bring a humanizing – rather than pathologizing – perspective to clients dealing with maladaptive or unflattering coping behaviors. She strives to reflect her clients’ strengths and capacities, and supports them in reconnecting with their inherent human agency.
When appropriate, Julia Rose shares about her own healing journey, offering hope, wisdom and perspective around the healing process.
Julia Rose has been featured on The Trauma Therapist podcast twice, is founder of Trauma Camp – a professional development course for teachers to learn about how to effectively and compassionately work with traumatized children – and is host of the Trauma Camp for Teachers Podcast.