Beyond Our Words

There is an inner intelligence and a non-verbal memory system that holds the keys to both our wounding and our capacity to heal. Come to know these parts of you, learn to speak their language, and the keys shall be yours.
psychedelic psychotherapy

Are You Struggling With

Depression, anxiety, trauma, attachment wounds or grief? Tired of talking about it without seeing change? Interested in doing more than learning to cope? Find out if psychedelic therapy is right for you.
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When Talking Isn’t Enough

Our trauma comes from what we experienced. Our thoughts are secondary. If your body gets disregulated due to trauma, talk therapy may not get to the root of problem. Discover how Brainspotting can help.
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Before You Used Words

How did you think? Our minds are more than thoughts, our memories more than facts in time. The body-mind existed long before you had words, and is the key to healing. Learn how Somatic Psychotherapy works.
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Ketamine Therapy

Sometimes wounds lie so deep in our subconscious that they feel like they define us. As we get older, the neuron-patterns of these wounds become more ingrained in the wiring of our brains. Ketamine can change this.


Have you discovered that you can’t talk your way out of trauma? Brainspotting works directly on the neuro-physiological aspect of our wounds and traumas that are the root of reactivity. Brainspotting allows you to take the first step towards...

Somatic Therapy

Have you tried talk-therapy and no matter how much you understand why you think and feel the way you do, you still get sucked in the same old unhealthy patterns? Somatic psychology can help you move beyond the conversation and start to feel...

Couple Therapy

Do you feel lonely, misunderstood, unimportant or under-appreciated? Has trying to talk about it only led to more arguments? Beyond communication, couples need the skills to help foster the ability to whether the storms of a relationship

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Taking the First Step

    Couple Therapy

    Having Trouble Talking to the One You Love?

    Has the joy and excitement in your relationship slowly faded away?

    Do you feel lonely, misunderstood, unheard, unsupported, or unappreciated?

    Have you tried to talk about it, and yet no matter what you say, it only leads to more arguments?

    Communicate Effectively!

    When couples fall in love, they are often filled with the excitement and joy that comes from finding that “someone special.” Yet all too often, somewhere along the line, something starts to go wrong. As they try to communicate with each other about it, despite their best efforts and intentions, things often seem to get worse instead of better.

    When couples are unable to communicate effectively, discussions can easily turn into arguments. Arguments turn into fights. Feelings of frustration, resentment or hopelessness start to emerge. Eventually, patterns of criticism, blame, heightened emotion, avoidance, or constantly arguing about “who is right” begin to drive the couple apart.

    But there is Hope!

    There is a way back to love.

    A Way Back To Love!

    You can learn the 4 skills to successfully handle your problems while simultaneously enhancing your love and admiration for each other.


    When couples become more aware of how they are behaving, and “remember that they are speaking to someone they love,” they can re-connect with each other from a place of kindness and curiosity. From this loving place, they can then communicate with each other with respect, compassion, and a desire for true understanding.

    Secret #1: Beneath every complaint is a desire for love and happiness.

    Secret #2: Behind silence and defensiveness lies the desire to feel accepted and safe.

    Secret #3: When you can speak and listen from the heart, everything becomes an opportunity for intimacy.

    Go For More!

    While it is important to learn communication skills, it is also important to realize that all couples fight.

    The real difference between successful relationships and stressful relationships is this:

    • Successful couples learn to develop a relationship to their fights.
    • Successful couples know how to turn towards each other in times of stress.
    • Successful couples spend time investing in their friendship, fondness, and admiration for one another.

    You can have:

    • A deeper sense of connection and intimacy
    • More joy and excitement together
    • A stronger sense of support and appreciation
    • Respect, trust and understanding for each other

    We know it can be hard to ask for support. Yet if you’re reading this, then there is a part of you that still believes in the promise of love.

    Listen to

    ``The Gift of Love``

    Craig interviewed by:

    Dr. Lauri Anne Gertonson


    ``What Successful Couples Do``

    24 Secrets for

    Building a Healthy Relationship


    Highlights from a workshop on

    understanding emotional “triggers”


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