Not long ago, cognitive behavioral therapy and medication management were the mainstays for trauma-informed care. Now patients and clinicians alike are seeking deeper, more somatic, and holistic attachment theory-based forms of treatment to re-write the trauma narrative, such as somatic psychology and EMDR. The pandemic brought about significant changes in our stability, sense of community and political and economic landscapes. Because of this added stress, we’re all experiencing a heightened level of sensitivity, resulting in multifactorial trauma responses, an impact that spans nations, ages and socioeconomic status. Duygu Balan focuses on the healing journey of the trauma survivor, utilizing easy-to-use methodologies for long lasting effects. She specializes in intergenerational trauma, having developed her expertise while working in NYC treating patients on society's margins. She is a contributor to the medical texbook, Big Book of Emergency Psychiatry.
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