Why is it so hard for an ACoA (Adult Child) to feel feelings? What is the path towards awakening those feelings in the body and moving towards direct communication, understanding personal needs and then expressing them to others? In this article, NY Therapist Heather Coleman discusses emotional intelligence coming from a dysfunctional family system.
NYC Therapist Alison Pepper writes: “Anxiety, Depression, Stress, ADHD, PTSD, to name a few, can be very debilitating and challenging issues that many people deal with at points in their lives. We need to find effective tools that can help us cope with these issues. Group therapy can be an effective tool in bringing wellness into your life and address anxiety symptoms in a different way.”
In this article, Heather Coleman, psychotherapist in NYC, discusses ambivalent relationships and relationship repair, coming from a dysfunctional or traumatic background. She explores how to have healthier and more fulfilling emotional connections with others.
Neurofeedback therapy can lead to repairing our relationships as our brain re-regulates from our stress response. Lead trauma expert Dr. Van Der Kolk outlines in his book The Body Keeps the Score, neurofeedback protocol for trauma treatment.