Kari Gleiser, PhD
Erica Zinter, LICSW
Paul Caver, LICSW
Ray Howard, LICSW
Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy (AEDP) integrates attachment and emotion theories, combined with affective neuroscience and developmental research to promote secure attachment, full emotional processing and lasting transformation. (founded by Diana Fosha, Ph.D.)
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy: is a body-oriented approach, integrating somatic experiencing interventions with talk and movement therapy in order to deepen self-awareness and release blocked resources. (founded by Pat Ogden, Ph.D.)
Internal Family Systems (IFS) recognizes that the human psyche is comprised of a deep-seated wise and compassionate Self, along with multiples “parts” that create a dynamic internal system. Interventions focus on facilitating new, Self-led ways of relating and communicating internally. (founded by Richard Schwartz, Ph.D.)
Hypnosis facilitates access to an altered state of mind, in which defenses are gently and safely lowered, focus and absorption are enhanced, and there is access to a rich store of creative and imaginative resources. Some uses of hypnosis include: relaxation, containment of traumatic memories and emotions, and creative problem-solving.