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A unique team of therapists. Trauma Center and specializes in adoption, attachment, and trauma. Robyn works with children and their families, seeking attachment 0 – 9, as well as adults. Having completed Level1 Training in Theraplay, Robyn has a Theraplay informed practice.

Bonnie Badenoch, MFT, PhD- a leader in the field of interpersonal neurobiology. Robyn specializes in helping children and families after complex, early, developmental trauma like abuse, neglect, or orphanage care. Additionally, Robyn works with adults interested in deepening their relationships with themselves and others. Many of Robyn’s adult clients are parenting children impacted by trauma, or experienced a difficult childhood themselves, particularly emotional abuse or emotionally absent parents. Perinatal Therapist in Austin” for her work helping women heal after a traumatic birth, as well as the 2013 Austin Birth Award title of “Best Adoption Resource.

She regularly offers workshops on parenting, connection, trauma and adoption and has spoken at conferences and trainings in Texas, Florida, Alabama, Oregon, Iowa, Colorado, Michigan, and Indiana. Suzette received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology with a specialization in Marriage and Family Therapy from Our Lady of the Lake University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor with clinical experience that includes group, individual, marital and family therapy in residential and outpatient settings as well as working EAP, university counseling and crisis intervention. Suzette has extensive training in attachment, adoption, and trauma. She is an experienced trainer and able to quickly help parents identify tools and techniques to calm their children’s challenging behaviors.

Suzette is a sought-after trainer and presenter due to her dynamic, interactive, and easy-to-understand style of presenting. Their Parents,” “Preparing for Children for Adoption” and “Parenting from the Heart With the Brain in Mind,” based on the neuroscientific work of Daniel Siegel, MD and others. She also frequently provides new and innovative trainings statewide of Behavior Intervention topics for caregivers who are experiencing challenges in their everyday lives with children. For more information about inviting Suzette to speak or present at your event, please visit her website www. Suzette accepts Medicaid for children adopted from the state of Texas as well as children currently in foster care. Christy Reeder is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma, depression, anxiety, and relationship issues. After earning her doctorate from Fuller Theological Seminary’s School of Psychology in Pasadena, California, Dr.

Reeder completed a postdoctoral fellowship in trauma psychology at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles through The University of Southern California University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities. Reeder provides individual and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults. Many who seek out her services have experienced traumatic events and loss, and client backgrounds commonly include childhood abuse and neglect, assault, domestic violence, or having a military background. Reeder also provides support for people who have been adopted, as well as for their families. Circle of Security Parent Educator. To supplement her training as a psychologist, Dr.

Reeder earned an advanced degree in lay theology from Fuller Theological Seminary and is able to integrate issues of religion and spirituality into treatment when this is of interest to her clients. Reeder accepts Medicaid for children and adolescents adopted in the State of Texas, and also Tricare and Blue Cross Blue Shied. She holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from St. Elisha provides attachment-focused therapy, trauma recovery, play therapy and sandtray therapy to children ages 3-11, families and adult individuals.

She also offers coaching to parents seeking education about and practical solutions to emotional and behavioral challenges. Elisha’s focus is on trauma recovery and healing attachment relationships impacted by developmental trauma. Many of the children, families and adults with whom Elisha works are seeking greater capacity for connection to self and others and an increased sense of aliveness. From pre-birth to death, we are seeking the warmest bonds and attachments our system allows us to imagine. We all need to feel seen, heard, unconditionally loved, and safe. Sometimes, however, we miss opportunities or have difficulties with helping one another feel seen, heard, unconditionally loved, and safe. Unfortunately, our best attempts to respond to or defend against emotional hurts, stress and trauma can sometimes create internal roadblocks to resilience, connection and vitality.

Elisha’s aim is to work collaboratively with you to help you, your child or your family remove obstacles and continue along your natural path toward wholeness. M University and earned a M. Professional Counseling from Texas State University. He also holds an Equine-Assisted Mental Health Practitioner certificate from the University of Denver. Jason is currently credentialed as a LPC-Intern in Texas and practices under the supervision of the CTATC’s own Suzette Lamb, LPC-S.

Jason specializes in adoption, attachment, and trauma and provides therapy for children and families age 7 and older. Circle of Security in 2017. Jason also enjoys working within adventure and experiential therapeutic settings. To that end, he is pleased to be able to offer equine-assisted therapy within his practice, as well as other out-of-the-office experiences. In addition to working with adoptive families, Jason is an international adoptive parent.