At The Niagara Centre for Healing and Recovery, we partner with clients as they rediscover hope and rewrite their stories. Through the lens of relational therapy and interpersonal neurobiology, we pride ourselves in creating an environment of safety and attunement. With a focus on trauma and addictive processes, we compassionately invite clients to embark on their own personal journey of healing and recovery.
You are seen. You belong. And all parts of you are welcome here.
Specializing in Trauma, Sexual Recovery, and Financial Disorders
IFS & EMDR
Internal Family Systems therapy (IFS) and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing therapy (EMDR) lead the field in the neurobiological treatment of trauma and the somatic release of stress disease. While talk therapy re-traumatizes, trauma processing therapies restore power and hope.
Develop skills to Self-regulate and co-regulate despite internal and external pain. Trauma recovery, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs), and Attachment wounds require specialized and individualized treatment plans to provide hope. Find relief by unburdening your pain.
Sex & Love Addiction
Our clinic specializes in the intricacies of sexual recovery. The continuum of addictive processes spans from sexual anorexia to overt addictions such as porn, masturbation, love, or casual and cyber sex. In addition, we support partners of sexual betrayal through a trauma-focused lens.
We don't fight about money. We fight about what money represents. Workaholism, under-earning, and over-spending all unveil how finances reflect our emotional health and view of Self. Create a new relationship with your finances, despite the trauma you carry, and discover your Self-worth.
Faith & Spirituality
Fundamental aspects of recovery have been lost due to cultural values of individualism, only magnified by the rampant presence of spiritual abuse. The truth is, we cannot thrive disconnected from our spirit. Explore your faith and spirituality in a safe place, on your terms.
New dimensions of trauma reprocessing include the incorporation of group therapy, the integration of plant medicines (otherwise known as psychedelics), trauma release exercises, and the support of equine therapy to strengthen principles of presence, Self-care, and somatic healing.