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Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
-Marianne Williams

Trauma-Informed therapy offers hope and healing.

At some point in our lives, trauma happens to all of us. Trauma can occur in various ways: through abuse, neglect or assault, through a sudden loss, terrible accident or catastrophic event. Trauma overwhelms our ability to understand and integrate our experience. If trauma is not resolved, it can keep us stuck, re-living the event long after it has ended, unable to move forward without fear, dread or mistrust.

While trauma can be devastating, we have the capacity to heal, grow and make meaning of our experience. Trauma does not have to be a life sentence of confusion, pain and isolation. Trauma survivors have suffered enough in the past. They should not have to suffer for the rest of their lives. There is hope.

Brief introduction to my services

Psychotherapy Services:
Psychotherapy provides a constructive, nonjudgmental place to work through unhelpful patterns and resolve past issues that interfere with daily life, relationships, and work. Areas of focus include depression, anxiety, life transitions, relationship and parenting issues, and personal growth.

Trauma-Informed Therapy:
Trauma-Informed Therapy offers a way to understand your symptoms as a logical and natural outcome of your traumatic experiences. An integrative Trauma-Informed approach allows us to address the impact of trauma on the mind, brain, body, and spirit. Therapy that is Trauma-Informed can help you leave your past in the past, feel more alive in the present, and have more hope for the future.

EMDR Therapy:
EMDR, or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a safe and effective mind-body treatment for trauma and PTSD. EMDR also helps people heal from attachment injuries caused by relational trauma. Traumatic memories are stored in the brain differently than other negative experiences. They can be re-triggered by reminders of the distressing events and experienced as if they are still happening. EMDR restores your natural ability to heal, increasing self-efficacy and well-being.

Jennifer Loyer, MFT

About Jennifer

Helping people heal from trauma is my greatest passion.  As a Trauma-Informed therapist I have completed advanced training and consultation in powerful, effective and sensitive treatments for trauma and PTSD.  In addition, I am EMDRIA certified in EMDR therapy.  I believe that it is absolutely possible to heal from trauma and live a more peaceful and satisfying life.  In my years of practicing psychotherapy, I continue to be inspired and moved by my clients' courage and resilience.