Tag Archives: trauma

Brainspotting Services Growing at MFT3

We are pleased to be able to offer even more clients the wonderful brain/body based neurophysiological healing of Brainspotting. Adding to Katherine and Emily as practitioners, Betsy Auray has just completed her Phase 1 and Phase 2 training in Brainspotting. … Continue reading »

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Changes at MFT3

As in all things, changes are happening around the offices of MFT3. First, Katherine is reducing her hours in CT as she is building a practice in New Hampshire, kTherapy, in Hanover, NH. Katherine will still be in the CT … Continue reading »

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Join Us in Welcoming Valerie to MFT3!

Please join us in welcoming our newest therapist to the MFT3 family. Valerie Le Cann Jones, LMFT comes to us with a deep background in addictions, domestic violence, trauma and family dynamics. She is a Licensed MFT from Fairfield University … Continue reading »

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This is your Brain on Trauma

I recently had the amazing opportunity to spend 3 days of learning and training with David Grand, PhD, and 14 local therapists, courtesy of the Resiliency Center of Newtown. They invited the local area therapists who have been working with … Continue reading »

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October and Domestic Violence Awareness

October is domestic violence awareness month. I wish it were every month, but I’ll take this for now. I see and hear every day in my office people who are looking for ways out of domestic violence and abuse, people … Continue reading »

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Caregiver Support

This weekend’s New York Times had a lovely blog post about the stresses and even trauma that caregivers can suffer. We are so proud to have Audrey at MFT3 who specializes in just this type of therapy. If you or someone … Continue reading »

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