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Amy G Nash Counseling

Psychotherapist in Bel Air
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Posted on Apr 29, 2019

Build a Better Sense of Self

With trauma comes a fractured sense of self. To re-gain that sense requires several things. First, we must realize that trauma makes us lose ourselves. To heal, we need to work to restore that.

I see this happening in three steps:

1. Setting boundaries. When we set...

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Posted on Apr 16, 2019

Appreciation

It took only a few hours to damage and destroy part of this 800 year old cathedral. The iconic timbers will never be, and they are now dust.

Life is like that. We can lose a home, a loved one, a job in an instant. How often we think, if only I realized, if only I knew, I would have...

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Posted on Mar 28, 2019

Container

In EMDR we learn how to put intrusive thoughts aside though the use of a imaginary container.

Intrusive thoughts are those thoughts that spin around in your head, distracting you from your work or play, and keep you agitated. Learning how to manage such thoughts is learning how to con...

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Posted on Mar 14, 2019

Fear.

Everyone experiences trauma in their own way, and with their own set of symptoms. One symptom I see across the board for all trauma survivors is fear.

Fear can come from many sources. With trauma, fear is heightened because of hypervigilance, which makes an individual see danger even w...

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Posted on Mar 7, 2019

Authenticity

We live in a time of social media, where individuals present photos and news about themselves and their family. Many times I see clients who are stressed over these things, believing that everyone else has a life better and more perfect than theirs. But the truth is, social media is...

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Posted on Feb 11, 2019

Co-dependency
Are you aware of the factors that lead to becoming a co-dependent individual? If you are not, you may not even be aware that the stressors, the anxiety, the depression you struggle with are caused by an attitude of co-dependency. Learn about co-dependency so that you can move aware ...

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Posted on Feb 1, 2019

We will always have showers. The secret to staying dry is not staying inside and never go out in the rain, but have your protection ready. It's the same with life. You cannot live without some stress or anxiety. The secret is to have tools at the ready. Do you know how to slow your heart rate and...

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Posted on Jan 19, 2019

Calm Place

I teach all of my clients self-care and self-soothing skills to help lower anxiety and learn how to self-regulate. One very powerful technique is called Calm Place. It is a real or imagined place special to you, where you can take yourself in your mind, and bring all five senses with ...

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Posted on Nov 6, 2018

Why do I run? I have been asked that question a thousand times. "It's your mode of protection," I reply. "But...." "When you sense danger, you either fight, flight, or freeze."
This is true for all of us. The more important question is, why do I feel danger, and is it real?
For trauma survivors...

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Therapy

  • EMDR

    EMDR is a specialized form of therapy for trauma.
  • Flash Technique

    Flash Technique is a type of EMDR therapy that treats those memories too distressing to do EMDR

Specialist in Tauma Therapy


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