What We Do
Welcome to trauma resolution therapy group, where we offer a variety of evidence-based treatments to help you heal and move forward.
Our mission is to help clients achieve balance and recover from the various issues they may be dealing with including, trauma, addiction, PTSD and mood disorders. Our integrated approach utilizes process-oriented psychotherapy, mindfulness interventions, DBT and EMDR to help clients gain a greater sense of wellbeing and foster their own ability to heal.
Jason Murphy, MA, LMFT is the owner and clinical director of TRT-Group and has decades of experience working with a diverse population in various settings. With a deep-seeded understanding and training in Buddhist Psychology, he brings a unique set of solutions to his clients and his team.
We Specialize in the Following
Mindfulness-based therapy (MBT) combines traditional cognitive behavioral therapy with mindfulness practices. The goal is to help individuals become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations in the present moment. This can be helpful for those with anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and stress-related disorders. Techniques include body scan meditations and mindfulness-based stress reduction. Research has shown that MBT can reduce symptoms of anxiety, depression, and stress-related disorders and improve overall well-being. It may also help treat substance use disorders, eating disorders, and chronic pain. MBT offers a valuable approach to improving mental health and well-being by promoting present-moment awareness and acceptance.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) therapy is a psychotherapy approach that helps individuals process and overcome traumatic experiences. It involves a series of structured sessions in which the therapist guides the client through a set of eye movements, sounds, or taps while recalling the traumatic memory. This process helps to reduce the emotional distress associated with the memory, allowing the individual to process and integrate the experience in a more adaptive way.
Addiction counseling is a form of therapy that helps individuals overcome their substance use disorders. The goal is to help clients understand the root causes of their addiction, develop coping skills, and learn to manage triggers and cravings. Treatment may involve individual or group therapy, as well as participation in support groups. Ultimately, addiction counseling can help individuals achieve and maintain sobriety, improve their overall mental health and well-being, and rebuild their lives.
Ready to Make a Change?
Reach out today. We offer free initial consultations and let’s start the process of healing together.