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Unlocking Inner Peace: Exploring the Role of Equine Therapy in Trauma Recovery

At The Guest House, we are dedicated to offering innovative and effective therapies to support trauma recovery. One of our most cherished modalities is equine therapy, a powerful approach that harnesses the unique bond between humans and horses. Equine therapy promotes spiritual healing and emotional resilience. Its profound benefits could be a great fit forRead More

Heal Your Life With Core Energetics

Do you ever feel like it’s impossible to find lasting sobriety or happiness, no matter what you do? When you feel stuck like this, it may be due to the lasting effects of trauma on your mind and your body. An innovative therapy called core energetics can help you overcome these effects and release deep-rootedRead More

Trauma Healing for Highly Sensitive People

Mental health professionals consider one in five individuals to be “highly sensitive people” or HSPs. These individuals generally feel emotions more deeply than most. For those who have experienced trauma, being an HSP can be even more challenging. Finding tools and methods that work best for you will greatly help your healing journey. Highly SensitiveRead More

EMDR Therapy: A Revolutionary Approach to Trauma Resolution

Everyone’s experiences with trauma are deeply personal and unique to them. Thus, how you react to and respond to trauma will be based on your specific experiences. Despite the individual nature of trauma, traumatic experiences are often tied to self-defeating behaviors and physical distress. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA),Read More

Navigating Relationships in Recovery: Building Healthy Attachments After Trauma

According to “How to Manage Trauma” from the National Council for Behavioral Health, 223.4 million (70%) U.S. adults have experienced trauma. Despite the prevalence of trauma, with the help of adaptive coping strategies, people can process their trauma and heal. However, when left unaddressed, trauma can manifest into other challenges like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).Read More

Accelerated Resolution Therapy: An Innovative Trauma Intervention

Accelerated resolution therapy (ART) is a fairly new intervention that incorporates principles from many other psychotherapies to quickly alleviate trauma-related symptoms. This therapy may be a useful tool in your journey of healing and recovery. What Is Accelerated Resolution Therapy? ART is a relatively new treatment developed by Laney Rosenzweig in the late 2000s. AccordingRead More

Exploring the Intersection of Eating Disorders and Trauma

According to “Eating Disorder Statistics” from the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), approximately 28.8 million (9%) people in the U.S. experience an eating disorder in their lifetime. Despite the prevalence of eating disorders, stigma and poor mental health literacy (MHL) can delay treatment entry and engagement. Eating disorders do not developRead More

Healing Trauma: 5 Non-Clinical Ways

Healing trauma is a complex process that can include a wide variety of therapies and tools. While many traditional and clinical therapies can help one overcome trauma, these aren’t always effective alone. As you navigate your trauma recovery, it’s helpful to explore non-clinical methods as well. Healing Trauma Trauma is a widespread issue that knowsRead More

How Can Alumni Work Through Trauma?

There is no simple cure for trauma. Just as recovery comes in all shapes and sizes, so does trauma. The effects of trauma go beyond what the naked eye sees and live in your core. These effects can cause you to have unfamiliar responses and feelings. Still, it can be easy to dismiss traumatic andRead More

Will Journaling Help Me Overcome Trauma as an Alumnus?

There are many ways to process or attempt to overcome trauma. Understanding how traumas have affected you may be one of the best things that you can do for your overall well-being. Just as everyone is unique, so are the traumas you may have experienced. Journaling is an effective way to process triggers and behaviorsRead More