What We Offer
Outpatient services include cutting-edge trauma treatment practices, based on research evidence:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Prolonged Exposure
- Heart Math
- Innovative approaches specifically designed for military service members
- Close collaboration with all military Divisions of Behavioral Health, military hospitals, and worldwide US military installations
- Dedication to the continued improvement of trauma-related care
- Ability to respond quickly and professionally to the mental health needs of active duty service members
Our outpatient services clinical team is involved in an ongoing effort to maintain excellence in the treatment services we provide to service members. Our clinical repertoire includes treatment approaches based on evidence for effectiveness, including:
Cognitive Processing Therapy – A version of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy developed to assist clients who have experienced trauma to develop understanding of the impact of trauma, to make changes in the meaning they attribute to traumatic events and thus, to address their trauma related symptoms.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy – Traditional cognitive techniques are combined with activities aimed at achieving emotional balance, such as the practice of mindfulness.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) – Bi-lateral stimulation of the brain allowing for effective re-processing of the effects of traumatic events. To learn more about EMDR, please visit the EMDR International Association website.
Heart Math - A research-based system of scientifically validated tools and technologies to provide education and training on the body’s response to stress, how to regulate the nervous system and develop inner resources, self-regulation and self-responsibility. To learn more, please visit the Institute of HeartMath website.
Prolonged Exposure – The clinical protocol includes multiple opportunities to re-experience the traumatic event in a safe environment and engage with the triggers of emotional discomfort rather than avoiding them.
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