Chronic Pain and Trauma Recovery
“Until you make the unconscious conscious,
it will direct your life and you will call it fate.”
― C.G. Jung
Somatic Experiencing (SE) was originally developed as a trauma therapy. However, it is useful in the treatment of many conditions. In addition to treating trauma, I specialize in SE for chronic pain, chronic physical symptoms, anxiety, depression, addiction, and those impacted by another's trauma, mental health, addiction, and chronic illness. SE is integrated into all of MindbodEmotion's services.
Vicarious Trauma Prevention for Organizations
Caregivers, parents, helping professionals, first responders, teachers and other human service workers are vulnerable to the effects of being exposed to the trauma of others.
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MindbodEmotion was born to offer opportunities for holistic mental, emotional, and physical health and wellness outside the traditional mental health and biomedical systems. Although the impacts of emotional stress and trauma on the mind and body are becoming more widely acknowledged, many medical and mental health providers are still unaware of how to recognize and work with it.
MindbodEmotion's offerings are here to support health and healing in those who:
have experienced physical/mental/emotional trauma and/or complex childhood trauma
suffer from medically unexplained chronic pain/chronic conditions and symptoms, and aren't finding solutions in the medical system
struggle with addiction and/or mental/emotional health challenges that aren't being addressed by other providers
have hit a dead end with traditional mental health or medical treatment
are experiencing burnout, exhaustion, compassion fatigue, vicarious trauma or a period of high stress
are feeling "stuck" and aren't sure what to do next
Kristy Kuecken, MA, CYT200, Certified TRE Provider, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP) in-training
Kristy is a Certified Yoga Teacher (CYT200) and a Certified TRE Provider. She has over 7 years of experience working with individuals with trauma, mental health and substance use challenges, and medically unexplained chronic pain/other chronic conditions. She is currently training to become a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (SEP).