Archives for May 2013

Moving Forward from Childhood Abuse

In this blog post titled Moving Forward, Kemi Chavez speaks about opening up to friends, her therapist and a group about her experience of being sexually abused as a child. “I share my story because it’s therapeutic. I also share it because there is so much shame placed on sexual abuse victims by the media, […]

EMDR Helps with Trauma

EMDR in the News EMDR used to help two Minnesotans recover from trauma: one a veteran and other a survivor of a workplace shooting.  5 Eyewitness News followed these two individuals and gives a view into EMDR therapy. Source: 5 Eyewitness News Broadcast 

EMDR In The News

EMDR is used for PTSD and more.  I have used EMDR in my practice since 2005.  My clients find relief from single incident traumas to long-term childhood abuse.  I try to share journal articles as often as I come across them.  This article talks about the use of EMDR specific to working with a client […]

Child Abuse Prevention

Blue Sky Bridge is a great resource in Boulder community.  I wanted to include some of their resources for child abuse prevention from the Blue Sky Bridge Website: Here are some ways you can help prevent child abuse in your community: 1. Learn proactive parenting strategies and techniques to use with your own children. Click […]

“Shhh, The Kids Can Hear You Arguing (Even When They’re Asleep)” –

I work with couples and individuals struggling in their marriages.  I find myself repeatedly saying, do not fight or argue around your children or anywhere where they may hear you.  Children are very perceptive and will often do a number of different things to try to get their parents to stop fighting.  When working with […]