Finding a trauma treatment facility near you that is able to address your specific needs could be a challenge sometimes. Finding the right program that suits you should be the primary goal for taking care of your mental health, but a convenient location is also a major factor that comes into the equation. Here at Trauma and Beyond Center ®, trauma treatment center in Los Angeles, providing quality treatment is of paramount importance to us.
Trauma Treatment Center in Los Angeles
Living in a major city like Los Angeles can be daunting and comes with the added stress of having to deal with constant traffic, pollution, and the general hustle and bustle of a thriving city; not everyone can thrive in an urban setting like this. It can be more difficult in a large city to make connections and establish communities.
People with mental health issues have it even harder. Having to endure city living can be difficult enough already, add to that the struggle to recover from a mental illness or a traumatic experience and it just becomes too overwhelming.
Thankfully, there is a safe space in the city where Angelinos can come and seek treatment from highly trained therapists that can guide them back on the road to recovery. The Trauma and Beyond Center ® Trauma Treatment Center in Los Angeles is a safe haven that you can turn to in your hour of need.
What Treatment Programs Do We Offer?
Trauma and Beyond Center ® takes on a holistic approach to healing, therefore offering a variety of treatment programs that you can choose from.
Also known as emotional regulation is a method that we teach our clients to modulate or regulate their emotions in order to adapt to stressful situations and avoid extreme reactions such as anxiety or depression or bipolar states.
Facilitated by a professional art therapist, it can be used to improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions, foster self-esteem and self-awareness, cultivate emotional resilience, promote insight, enhance social skills and reduce and resolve conflicts and distress.
Developed by Peter Levine, PhD, this is a therapy program that focuses on the body and emphasizes sensations and movements of the body, the goal of which is to release the pent-up energy
in the body caused by trauma.
Developed by Pat Ogden, PhD, it is a comprehensive method that utilizes the body as the primary source of information for processing past traumatic experiences. It incorporates the physical and sensory experience, as well as thoughts and emotions, as part of the person’s complete experience of both the trauma itself and the process of healing.
This is a method that incorporates practices in mindfulness such as breathing exercises and meditation. Therapists teach clients how to calm themselves and relax their minds and bodies to help them out of cycles of negative thought patterns that could lead to depressed and anxious state.
Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
This is a structured therapy method that encourages the client to briefly focus on the memory of the traumatic experience while simultaneously experiencing bilateral stimulation
his method was initially developed to treat posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It also utilizes resource building as a way to develop new more resilient neural circuits.
Trauma Resiliency Model
Developed by Elaine Miller-Karas, LCSW and Laurie Leitch, PhD, this is a body-centered approach that explores the biology of fear and the autonomic defensive responses that occur when an individual is faced with a life-threatening and/or dangerous situation. It teaches the skill of connecting with inner resources and facilitates the development of new resilient neural circuits.
NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM)
Developed by Dr. Lawrence Heller and Dr. ALine La Pierre, it is an integrative approach for treating both shock and developmental trauma. It is specifically targeted to treat attachment, relational and developmental trauma.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
A common type of “talk” therapy and generally short term and goal-oriented, it focuses more on the analytical part of the brain (left brain) and thought processes. It helps an individual become more aware of skewed or negative thinking to be able to see challenging situations more accurately and respond to them appropriately.
Attachment – Relational Therapies
This is designed for individuals that need to create more secure attachment bonds with others. It helps them develop a greater capacity to build stronger, more meaningful, and intimate bonds through a collaborative therapeutic experience.
We at Trauma and Beyond Center ® offer all of these programs to provide a more holistic and collaborative approach to healing for our clients in need of guidance and treatment. We believe that the path to healing doesn’t have to be a solitary one. They say it takes a village to raise a child; perhaps so too with becoming a happy adult.
If you feel that you need help managing your anxiety, depression, or PTSD, call us and we will be happy to speak to you about any of the programs we offer in our trauma treatment center in Los Angeles and all of our treatment programs for anxiety, trauma, and other mental health issues. Call us at 818-651-0725.