I do not have openings for traditional hourly therapy at this time, but I am accepting new clients for EMDR intensives. if you think this might be a good fit for you, contact me using the button below.
EMDR Therapy is an effective, research-backed treatment for trauma, distressing past experiences or old, stuck, negative thought patterns. I am a Certified EMDR Therapist and Consultant-in-Training through EMDRIA, the EMDR International Association.
EMDR Intensive: An EMDR intensive session is a course of theray which can range from 3 hours to 3 days. We will use EMDR therapy to uncover and heal past traumas, stuck beliefs or anything else you are not moving past as quickly as you would like. By using these longer sessions, we are able to make progress much more quickly because we are not being interrupted by starting and stopping and losing ground between sessions.
This type of therapy works well for people who are already working with a therapist for traditional talk therapy but feel like they are having trouble moving past a specific event or trauma. I enjoy partnering with other therapists to make sure clients get the bet possible outcome. If you think this might be a good fit, contact me!
My area of clinical focus is helping new moms heal from trauma, including birth trauma as well as postpartum mood disorders and adjustment to motherhood.
I am an approved Consultant-in-Traning through EMDRIA and provide consultation for clinicians who are working toward certification.
I am licensed to provide supervision for social workers seeking independent licensure in the state of Ohio. For those who do not have a supervisor available in the workplace, your employer may agree to share a portion of the cost.
In addition to therapy, I also offer life coaching for moms who are ready to recharge their batteries and avoid the vicious cycle of burnout through my coaching and consulting business, M. Risser, Inc.
As a coach, I help overwhelmed and exhausted moms optimize their self-care so they have more time and energy to do the things they love.
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