Trauma has touched all our lives in one way or another

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Dr. Julie brings an elegant and highly efficient approach to healing trauma. She specializes in the resolution of developmental trauma, inherited trauma, and shock trauma. Utilizing the latest psychobiological, somatic, and depth psychological approaches,
Dr. Julie focuses on the full return of your authenticity and vitality.

During any session, there is the emergence of new and healing experience. Places are discovered that have always been strong and were never broken. Crisis and suffering offer opportunity. Through trauma therapy extraordinary capacities awaken that otherwise would lie dormant, unknown and untapped.

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of your destiny

and live the life you'll love

Resolving trauma is regenerative; through embodied healing you will reconnect to your authentic self, which can hold the complexity of your human experience.

The traumas you endure and resolve within the body/mind are a crucial part of opening to deeper levels of compassion, and awakening the spiritual heart.

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About Dr. Julie

A 30-year background
In psychological, somatic and
spiritual traditions

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Julie holds a Ph.D. in somatic depth psychology, and master’s degrees in both spiritual psychology and depth psychology.

Julie is a certified master NARM practitioner, and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner.

Julie is the Director of Education and Program Development at Compassionate Care ALS. She developed the Cultivating Compassion Education Series for CCALS,

Dr. Julie offers assistance to anyone who wants to feel increased capacity for connection, aliveness, and vibrancy in their lives. The therapeutic process to resolve trauma will assist you in changing unhealthy patterns, beliefs, and defenses embedded in your body and mind.

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