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Through the introduction and integration of Emotional Regulatory Healing, ERH© as a scientifically grounded and mindful paradigm, we offer a response to both the impact of trauma to the client as well as the secondary traumatic stress imposed on the provider.

People who have experienced trauma may be struggling with upsetting emotions, frightening memories, or a sense of constant danger.

Some people feel numb, disconnected, and unable to trust other people or themselves.

When bad things happen, it can take a while to move through the fear and pain and to begin feel safe again. Social, emotional and behavioral symptoms can linger for a lifetime if not responded to effectively. People who have a history of trauma deserve to be addressed in clinical, educational and organizational settings through a mindful and trauma sensitive capacity. Trauma Informed Care is now the expectation, not the exception. 90% of clients in public mental health report a history of trauma. Addressing the impact of trauma helps your organization improve quality and impact of services, increases both staff and client engagement and remain financially viable in a challenging economy.