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I’ve recommended a few books and trauma-focused mental health support to so many of my clients, I decided it’s time for a page dedicated to other forms of trauma-focused/informed therapies and books. The following are broken down into mental health, executive functioning, movement, and books. More healing and support types will be added as I find them.

If you provide such a service, please reach out, I’d love to chat!


Trauma-focused Healing

NC Center for Resiliency, PLLC

Somatic Psychology, EMDR

  • Marlon Bynum
  • Mackenzie Wilkins
  • Raven Ransom
  • Shannon Lomasney
  • Sammy Legg
  • Savannah Corey (though she’s almost full)

They also have two more providers about to start.

1829 E. Franklin Street, 800-A

Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Office: 919-323-2071 <link>

Fax: (866) 849-4993


Family Solutions & Wellness Center

  • Erin Healy
  • Claire Edgington
  • Annie Ford

1513 Walnut St., Cary, NC 27518



Be A Problem Solver Services

(EMDR, Child & Adolescent Therapists)

  • Cory Clark, PhD, LCMHC, NCC, BC-TMH
  • Jessica Ricks
  • Brittany Starbuck (ADHD, ASD, Trauma-focused)

201 E. Academy St.

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526



Be A Problem Solver Services

Kate Melillo, MEd, CCC-SLP

201 E. Academy St.

Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526




Gabrielle Rivero

Durham, NC

From her website:

“About Express & Release

Express & Release Therapeutic Dance is a safe space for the community to accept their emotions, express their emotions through therapeutic dance, and then release them from within.


Through this space we can cultivate healthier societies that foster relationships with self and the community.

Our hope is for dance to be normalized in being used for stress relief and coping with life’s daily transitions.

We long for the people of our community to freely express themselves and not be afraid to feel the overwhelming emotions.”



The Body Keeps the Score

Bessel van der Kolk


Atlas of the Heart

Brené Brown


Dare To Lead

Brené Brown


The Gifts of Imperfect Parenting

Brené Brown


Understanding the Borderline Mother

Christine Ann Lawson


Stop Walking on Eggshells

Paul T. Mason and Randi Kreger

Let’s talk about your wellness needs.