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Intensive Treatment

Get Better Faster

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Intensive Treatment

Our Intensive program utilizes evidence-based practices including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), PE (Prolonged Exposure), Yoga Nidra, and Trauma  Informed Yoga to expedite healing from a PTSD injury. Research suggests that intensive  treatment can provide the same results as weekly therapy in a fraction of the time. The term  “intensive” may sound intimidating, it simply refers to treatment being provided over a short  amount of time versus being spread out over months, or even years.

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4 Day Intensive Program

16 Hours of Treatment:

  • 90 Minute Assessment/Treatment Planning

  • 60 Minute Psychoeducation/Resourcing Session

  • 12 Hours of EMDR (and PE*) Over Four Days

  • 90 Minute Follow-up 30 Days Post Treatment

  • 5 Hours of Clinical Consultation & Treatment Planning*

  • Trauma Informed Yoga Videos, Yoga Nidra, and Other Trauma Informed Resources Provided

 

Cost: $3,200*

 

*If a clinical team approach (EMDR and PE) is utilized, price will reflect additional $775 for clinicians to consult and treatment plan between therapy sessions

8 Day Intensive Program

28 Hours of Treatment:

  • 90 Minute Assessment/Treatment Planning

  • 60 Minute Psychoeducation/Resourcing Session

  • 24 Hours of EMDR (and PE*) Over Eight Days

  • 90 Minute Follow-up 30 Days Post Treatment

  • 9 Hours of Clinical Consultation & Treatment Planning*

  • Trauma Informed Yoga Videos, Yoga Nidra, and Other Trauma Informed Resources Provided

 

Cost: $5,600*

 

*If a clinical team approach (EMDR and PE) is utilized, price will reflect additional $1,395 for clinicians to consult and treatment plan between therapy sessions

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  • Who’s a good fit?
    This program is a good fit for both first responders and non-first responders struggling with PTSD and ill effects of past or recent trauma—with a willingness and readiness to do the hard work of processing this trauma in an intensive format. Individuals may have a current therapist, however it is not a requirement of the program. The intensive is not a good fit for individuals addicted to drugs or alcohol actively using within the last six months, and who are unable to abstain from substances for the duration of the program; for those who have attempted suicide in the last three months; for those who have been charged or arrested for rape, sexual assault, or physical assault.
  • Why choose intensive treatment?
    The research is pretty astounding, suggesting that healing can be attained with intensive treatment in a fraction of the time, when compared with weekly therapy. Simply put, this allows you to feel better, faster.
  • What is the difference between the clinical team approach and single therapist/therapy approach?
    With a single therapist, you’ll get just that: one therapist. You will also be obtaining one type of treatment (EMDR) versus both EMDR and PE. EMDR works well alone, and for some people this will be the best fit. Sometimes for complex cases, or for people who are very guarded or dissociative, including individuals diagnosed with complex trauma, a history of severe childhood trauma, and some personality disorders, a combination of PE and EMDR works best. Reach out for a phone consultation to determine which treatment option would be best for you!
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