Experiencing and healing from trauma can be overwhelming. Understanding what has occurred and the effect it has on a person is just one step in what can feel like a never ending journey. This is because whether an individual is struggling following a single event or complex trauma, the effects on the mind and body … Read More about Applying DBT to the Treatment of Trauma: Part 1: Trauma Explained
Carla is a multi-cultural and multi-lingual psychotherapist at Wildflower who provides racially conscious and culturally competent care. Carla has experience working with individuals, couples, and families around depression and anxiety, challenges with self-worth, confidence, life transitions and relationships, grief, and trauma. Carla received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Sociology from Stellenbosch University in Cape … Read More about Therapist Spotlight: Carla da Cunha, MA
Avoidance can be a very powerful coping strategy. We all do it – we avoid and we ignore. We try to push it away. It can work quite well in the moment. If it wasn’t so effective in the moment we wouldn’t use it so often. So why do we avoid? In the moment, we … Read More about What Can Avoidance Teach Us?
As a psychotherapist, Hillary believes therapy should be a collaborative process and considers her clients to be experts on themselves. Hillary is passionate about working with adolescents and adults with a variety of presentations, including anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, psychosis, and trauma. Hillary obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Michigan State … Read More about Therapist Spotlight: Hillary Urban, PsyD
We are pleased to announce that Eden Himidian, LCSW, RYT will be assuming the position of the Director of Education and Professional Development as of September 8th. In her role, Eden is responsible for the planning, oversight, and implementation of the educational and training agenda for the Wildflower team, the broader professional community, Wildflower’s client … Read More about Wildflower’s Eden Himidian, LCSW, RYT Assumes New Director of Education and Professional Development Position