ARC offers multiple modalities that are particular to working with people who experience high levels of stress or post-traumatic stress that make it challenging to sustain a life worth living. Our clinicians are trained, supervised, and consult with others to provide the most effective care and adjunctive referrals. ARC offers intersectional trauma-informed services for children and adults, related to cultural, gender, sexual, and vocational identity. Our clinicians practice with sensitivity and are transparent about their limitations.
dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
& Phone coaching
DBT has been proven effective to increase daily functioning and self esteem for individuals with trauma, PTSD, interpersonal difficulties, depression/anxiety, or Borderline Personality Disorder.
Radically Open (RO)-DBT was created to help facilitate flexibility for emotional over-control leading to loneliness and has been found effective for those with chronic depression, OCD, dependency, and anorexia nervosa.
Counseling that incorporates radical self care and practicing authentic self expression using a combination of standard and RO-DBT skills, built for those in vocations that serve others and are vulnerable to secondary trauma and compassion fatigue (including therapists, social workers, nurses, teachers, artists, and ministers).
Therapy designed for couples working through conflict using emotion based processing and learning communication skills for greater connection and commitment.
TFCBT has proven effective to process beliefs associated from individual traumatic events that create high levels of distress for children and their families
Psychotherapy treatment that was originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories, both individual and complex.
Intuitive Art meditation
Meditation that focuses on using abstract art to explore internal experiences to practice connecting to values and flexibility to increase joy. (a collaboration with L I N G E R Art House)