TRAUMA

We treat all forms of abuse, however we specialize in narcissistic abuse syndrome which is a specific type of abuse. We treat women and girls who have faced narcissistic abuse which occurs when they live, or have spent copious amounts of time with a narcissist. As a result they face doubt, low self-worth and questioning sanity. We treat women who may be in a narcissistic relationship or children with fathers who are narcissistic.

 

We use various therapies to treat abuse, including trauma-focused CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Trauma-Focused CBT and Play Therapy. 

Narcissistic
Abuse
Syndrome

 
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Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder, or BPD, is characterized by the following symptoms: stormy relationships; acts of self-harm & cutting; impulsive behaviors (overspending, substance abuse); splitting (black and white thinking); shaky identity; fear of abandonment. We are here to teach valuable skills of recovery for women, young and mature, struggling with this disorder. Suffering silently doesn’t have to be the norm anymore. BPD is very treatable when under the care of a skilled clinician.

We work with girls and women diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder. Many times, individuals don't know they are experiecing Borderline symptoms. Through the therapy process, we diagnose and treat Borderline Personality Disorder, including educating family. We implement DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and skills of recovery to treat Borderline Personality Disorder.

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Many girls and women struggle with substance abuse issues. This can include: alcohol, amphetamines, pornography, opiates, marijuana and over the counter medications. We are here to support and teach valuable skills of recovery for women, young and old. We understand that addiction is a family disease and we empower the whole family. We teach the family appropriate boundaries, skills and lifelong knowledge for the best outcome possible for the individual and family.

 

We use a variety of therapies to treat substance abuse, including education and support for loved ones. We facilitate therapies in CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and skills development. We also work closely with a variety of community resources to support with any necessary medication management needs or higher levels of care, such as residential treatment centers or Intensive Outpatient Services (IOPs).

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Many people, especially due to Covid, are in distress. Due to this, traumatic events and experiences that otherwise may have felt light, now feel heavy. Events from the past that cause daily distress may now need to be faced a they are interfering with day to day functioning. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, is caused by traumatic events that cause lingering symptoms such as: nightmares, flashbacks, agitation, depression and disassociation.

 

At One By One, individuals often need solutions for communicating needs during this time of healing. We support clients learn skills for coping with trauma and PTSD symptoms. We support and gently guide clients through the trauma to a place of hope and healing. 

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

 

Anxiety & Depression

Many relationships, especially due to Covid, are in distress. Due to this, many individuals need solutions for managing depression and anxiety. In many cases, men doesn’t know the they are having symptoms of anxiety or depression. At One By One, we help individuals understand these symptoms in an effort to effectively treat them. Education is often the first step in healing .

 

Anxiety and depression can be extremely difficult for individuals and their families. We work to help our clients gain confidence in their decision making and set maintainable goals. Taking a strategic approach, our clients gain skills, emotional self-reliance, a stronger sense of identity and purpose and are action oriented toward the future, free of anxiety and depression. 

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Some men face a variety of stressors throughout life and fail to find effective coping skills. As a result, they turn to pornography. This compulsion often leads to addiction, where the individual, with his own efforts, attempts to stop viewing pornography but is unable to. At One By One, we guide clients to identify healthy ways of coping with life stressors outside of pornography and masturbation.

With pornography addiction, real intimacy is replaced with artificial intimacy. As a result, intimacy and trust lessen and conflict rises. Teaching about real love and intimacy is imperative while learning about boundaries and limits. We walk clients through this shame-free process with the end goal of connection, trust and real intimacy. 

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Pornography 
Addiction