Our Services

Therapeutic Approaches

Starting therapy takes courage. Many clients only call a therapist when they have tried everything they know how to do. Others are tired of reaching the same crossroads again and again – be it in their relationships, their career or with an issue such as addiction, anxiety, insomnia, or a past experience that keeps them from living life to the fullest.

Abundant Wellness Center

We are experienced in the following: common mental health issues and services: 

  • Alcohol and Drug Addiction
  • Anxiety
  • Anger Management
  • Attachment Issues
  • Behavioral Addictions
  • Child Therapy
  • Coping Skills
  • Complex Trauma
  • Depression
  • Divorce
  • Domestic VIolence
  • Family Counseling
  • First Responder Trauma
  • Gender Identity
  • Grief and Loss
  • Groups Therapy
  • Medical Trauma
  • Men's Issues
  • Nightmares
  • Panic Disorders
  • Parenting Concerns
  • Personality Disorders
  • Phase of Life Change
  • Phobias
  • Physical Assault
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Pre-Natal & Pre-Verbal Trauma
  • Relationship Conflicts
  • Shame Issues
  • Sexual Abuse & Assault
  • Stress
  • Women's Issues

EMDR-Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing

By using eye movements that mimic REM sleep, EMDR Therapy stimulates the brain’s natural processing mechanism so that the fragments of disturbing material from the past can be accessed, processed and integrated into a cohesive experience and then into the overall life story.

In the case of a recent, single incident trauma such as a car accident or a house fire that occurred in the past couple of months, the disturbance can usually be cleared up within a few sessions of EMDR Therapy. When there are a number of traumatic incidents, or the same trauma was repeated multiple times (as in the case of physical or sexual abuse), EMDR therapists create a “target sequence plan” that lists all of the traumatic events and memories to be covered in the course of therapy.

There doesn't have to be a major "trauma" for EMDR to be effective. It is not always about the bad things that happened but should not have (abuse).  Sometimes therapy focuses on the good things that did not happen, such as nurturing and encouragment. Childhood neglect, abandonment, and shaming  can all be resolved from this approach.

CBT-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

CBT is particularly useful in treating the problems listed above where you request a practical method of treatment for a specific problem rather than “wanting to understand yourself better”; are able to consider psychological causes of problems; and are able to be actively involved in the therapy process and will practice skills between sessions.

One of the strengths of CBT is that it aims not just to help people overcome the symptoms that they are currently experiencing, but it also aims to teach the person new skills and strategies that they can apply to future problems.  It focuses on the 'here and now' while developing an understanding of past styles of thinking and behavior that have developed over time.

CBT therapies such as Mindfulness Based Cogntive Therapy (MBCT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Schema Therapy and others are increasingly being used for a variety of emotional, behavioral and psychiatric problems.

Ego State Therapy

Ego states are the parts of our personality that make up our entire self.  These parts give us the ability to adapt, think, act, and respond differently in different situations.  Sometimes conflict occurs internally among different ego states and an individual may not even be conscious of why the conflict is there.  Exploring and working with the different parts of our selves can produce efficient results and relief.

We use the Developmental Needs Meeting Strategy approach developed by Shirley Jean Schmidt.

Group Therapy

Joining a group of strangers may sound intimidating at first, but group therapy provides benefits that individual therapy may not. In fact, group members are almost always surprised by how rewarding the group experience can be.

Groups can act as a support network and a sounding board. Other members of the group often help you come up with specific ideas for improving a difficult situation or life challenge, and hold you accountable along the way.

Regularly talking and listening to others also helps you put your own problems in perspective. Many people experience difficulties, but few speak openly about them to people they don't know well. Oftentimes, you may feel like you are the only one struggling — but you're not. It can be a relief to hear others discuss what they're going through, and realize you're not alone.

Diversity is another important benefit of group therapy. People have different personalities and backgrounds, and they look at situations in different ways. By seeing how other people tackle problems and make positive changes, you can discover a whole range of strategies for facing your own concerns.


Hypnotherapy is a skilled verbal communication, used during hypnosis, which helps direct a client’s imagination in such a way as to bring about intended alterations in sensations, perceptions, feelings, thoughts and behavior.  The hypnotherapist and client will decide together on the changes or goals that are desired.

Hypnotherapy can be applied to a wide range of medical, dental and psychological problems. Areas of application include anxiety and stress conditions, weight control, addictive behaviors (including smoking, alcohol and substance misuse) and confidence issues. Hypnotherapy is also used to enhance performance in several areas such as sport and public speaking.