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The Secure Attachment Initiative 

The Secure Attachment Initiative is a  501(c)3 non-profit mental health organization that is seeking to end generational and relational trauma and abuse through the development of secure attachment.

Non-traditional therapeutic programs allow us to tailor interventions to meet the specific needs and preferences of our clients. This customization can be particularly beneficial for individuals who may not respond as effectively to traditional therapeutic methods or who may have unique challenges that require specialized approaches. Programs such as art therapy, music therapy, and expressive therapies, provide opportunities for clients to express themselves creatively and explore their emotions, experiences, and inner thoughts in non-verbal ways. This can be especially valuable for individuals who may struggle to articulate their feelings verbally or who find traditional talk therapy to be limiting. 


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Therapeutic Yoga

Yoga Class

- Integrate yoga and mindfulness practices into the program to enhance self-awareness, stress reduction, emotional regulation, and overall well-being.

- Facilitate regular yoga classes led by certified instructors who incorporate breathwork, meditation, and gentle movements to promote mind-body connection and relaxation.

- Teach mindfulness techniques that participants can practice independently to cultivate present-moment awareness and reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression.

Wilderness Therapy

- Incorporate monthly wilderness therapy as a powerful therapeutic tool to promote personal growth, self-reflection, and resilience.

- Facilitate wilderness expeditions led by experienced guides that include activities such as hiking, camping, team-building exercises and nature-based therapy sessions.

- Utilize the healing power of nature to help participants develop problem-solving skills, build confidence, enhance self-esteem, and gain a fresh perspective on their challenges.


Creative Expression

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- Encourage self-discovery and self-expression: Help clients explore their inner world and express their feelings, thoughts, and experiences through various creative mediums such as art, music, writing, or drama. 

- Foster emotional regulation and stress reduction: Utilize creative activities to help clients manage and regulate their emotions, reduce stress, and promote relaxation.

- Facilitate trauma processing and healing: Employ creative expression as a therapeutic tool for processing traumatic experiences, reducing the impact of trauma-related symptoms, and promoting healing and resilience.

- Cultivate a sense of empowerment and agency: Utilize creative expression as a means for clients to assert control, make choices, and feel empowered in their therapeutic journey and in their lives outside of therapy. Objective: 

​- Emotional regulation and self-soothing: The energy room provides a space for children to engage in sensory activities, such as swinging, bouncing on therapy balls, or using tactile materials, to help regulate their emotions and find calmness when feeling overwhelmed or dysregulated.

- Physical activity and motor skill development: Engaging in physical activities within the energy room, such as climbing, jumping, or playing with gross motor toys, can support the development of children's motor skills, coordination, and body awareness, while also providing an outlet for physical energy.

- Coping skills development: The energy room serves as a space for children to learn and practice coping skills, relaxation techniques, and self-regulation strategies under the guidance of a therapist, empowering them to manage stress and challenging emotions more effectively.

- Enhances Focus and Attention: Allowing children to engage in physical activities in a high energy room can help them release pent-up energy and improve their ability to focus and attend to tasks. This can be particularly beneficial for children who struggle with attention-related issues.

Energy Room

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