About Us

What Makes us Different

BeWell Network has revolutionized Trauma focused mental health and addiction recovery by delivering a unique and cutting-edge approach to treatment across a spectrum of care levels. This unparalleled model distinguishes itself by delivering a multi-dimensional holistic path to wellness grounded in neuroscientific research and client centered continuity of care. Surviving is not living. Our goal is to help you be freed from your past to write a new story; enjoy a life worth living filled with meaning and purpose and regain a sense of experiencing your true self. At BeWell, we follow the patient’s story non-invasively to avoid retraumatizing and promote to new healing path.

We prioritize the family and the multi-generational trauma that can affect one’s exposure and experiencing of deeply rooted maladaptive behaviors and coping skills. The limbic system is the part of our brain that is involved in our behavioral and emotional responses connecting to the needs we have for survival. After trauma, the body can move into a damaged fight or flight mechanism, making there an automatic need to self-regulate and calm the nervous system that’s connected to ingrained intergenerational family trauma. Reprocessing and refocusing is a delicate and empathic journey needing a collaborative team approach to treatment with a deep understanding of the most ground breaking modalities in healing. At BeWell, we make it our mission to provide these services and promote healing through subcortical interventions from brain spotting, narrative dream therapy, hypnosis, guided imagery to creating a sustainable relapse prevention plan. Additionally, we utilize a family systems approach to attachment theory and object relations in rebuilding damaged dissociated ego states. Through the above mentioned modalities and much more we mindfully curate your treatment plan cultivating sustainable positive outcomes

What is Trauma?

The simplest way of defining trauma is that it’s an experience or set of experiences that we cannot get out of or away from, that overwhelms our capacity to cope

What We Have Learned From Science

Polyvagal theory (Porghes, S.,2011) has demonstrated the neurophysiological foundations of how deficits in early childhood attachment actually affects the brains ability to self-regulate.

Change in cognition, ways of thinking and belief systems are formed after trauma, which involves the cortex. We also have to work with the emotions, especially how to regulate those trauma-related emotions, like rage and terror – that has to do with the limbic system and limbic resonance. Then, we also have to work with the body because that’s where trauma impacts.

This idea of limbic resonance is the neurological scientific understanding that the capacity for sharing deep emotional states comes from the limbic system including the dopamine circuit promoting feelings of empathic harmony in additional to the norepinephrine
circuit of fear and anxiety. Both dopamine and norepinephrine are highly sought out with substances when our body’s are not producing these mechanisms organically. When in a highly traumatized state our body floods us with dopamine to feel less pain and sometimes dissociate. Substances can provide ways for a person to chemically induce these euphoric states that historically support the bodies way of coping. At Be Well we provide not just an understanding of this process but alternative measures of healing and following the story that one’s body tells us in order to find a healing path. This understanding of “The body tells us a story,” supports the concept of a less invasive trauma healing path without retraumatizing oneself.

Through connecting a true biopsychosocial model of care and understanding of what has been damaged neurologically at BeWell we promote modalities of care based on cutting edge research in science.

What We Do

  • PsychodynamicTrauma Therapy
  • Hypnotherapy
  • Somatic Experiencing
  • Internal Family Systems (IFT)
  • Multi modal group process
  • Brainspotting
  • Guided Imagery
  • Expressive Arts therapies
  • Breathwork
  • Mindfulness

The Process in Brief:

Trained and licensed trauma specialists begin by welcoming you into a serene and safe environment. Treatment begins with nurturing this rapport and deepening our mutual understanding about how trauma symptoms have become disabling in your daily life. As we get to know the symptoms, we tailor a curated plan specifically designed for you to target problem areas.

Initially we focus on mood stabilization skills and resources for managing the delicate process of revisiting traumatic experience. We identify trauma, especially from early childhood to be the primary force underlying mood related disorders and addictions. With that in mind our team skillfully navigates appropriate strategies and interventions for symptom reduction, recovery, and restoring a sense of wellbeing. Many of our modalities incorporate a somatic focused experience for reintegration. Reprocessing traumatic experience whether conscious or latent takes time. The BeWell model of overlapping continuity of care provides a safe and structured environment for this process to unfold.

Porges, S. W. (2011). The polyvagal theory: neurophysiological foundations of emotions, attachment, communication, and
self-regulation (Norton Series on Interpersonal Neurobiology). WW Norton & Company

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