The pandemic, along with the many changes in lifestyles that have happened because of it, mean more and more people are recognizing the need for effective therapy for their mental health.
Elissa Hurand is a licensed therapist for anxiety serving greater Seattle, WA. She has seen a significant uptick in people with a variety of issues ranging from loneliness to financial stress. Hurand only sees a small portion of the many people who are likely struggling with these and other issues.
Hurand is a family therapist in Seattle, WA, and specializes in the treatment of anxiety and trauma. Her client-centered approach means supporting the individual to open up, identify and process what may be at the core of their anxiety and then provide tools for the individual. A goal is to create behaviors that work to alleviate the anxiety through addressing self-limiting beliefs.
It is a similar approach with trauma.
“Trauma is real. Trauma can intensely impact the ability to experience joy, to trust and be present in life. There is a misconception that trauma is only regarding catastrophic events when it also is concerning unhealthy relationship attachment and negative perceptions of oneself. I want anyone experiencing trauma to know that I or any professional therapist is here to support,” said Hurand.
Elissa Hurand is a certified anxiety therapist in Seattle, WA, using researched and verified techniques to help individuals with anxiety, trauma and family issues. She has extensive experience in working with Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Psychodynamic psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Accelerated Dynamic Experiential Psychotherapy (AEDP), meditation, trauma sensitive yoga and is EMDR trained.
Learn more at http://elissahurand.com/about.html.