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Stress-Fatigue Recovery groups

Group treatment for individuals with symptoms of anxiety, burnout, stress injury, traumatic memories, PTSD, and more using EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)

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$55 per 70-minute group session and for the individual intake appointment (some insurances accepted).

Group Rates



Virtual sessions offered weekly

Tuesday evenings at 5:30-6:40 p.m.

Additional times will be added according to demand.

Register using the form. You will be contacted to schedule an individual intake appointment. 

Next Steps

Designed for Health care workers


This offering may be right for you if you feel fatigue or injury from chronic or situational stress.


Short-term stress can lead to long-term growth and resilience. However, depending on a variety of factors, it can also lead to chronic stress, stress injury, and even mental illness (Shanafelt, Ripp, Brown, & Sinsky 2020). Such factors include when the stressor persists (>6 months) without a post-trauma safety period, such as a pandemic (Jarero & Uribe 2011; 2012).


Stress injuries are caused by experiencing or witnessing:

  • A life-threatening situation

  • Death or loss of people, things, or parts of identity

  • Actions that conflict with your moral values

  • An accumulation of stress over time without sufficient rest or recovery

Additional signs include no longer feeling like normal self, insomnia or sleep disturbance, shame, guilt or blame, panic, rage or depression, nightmares, intrusive thoughts, and loss of control.

With sufficient rest and support, stress injuries can heal on their own. Without, they can often get worse.

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Effective care for the community givers

EMDR is gold-standard treatment for trauma and other distressing life events. Group EMDR was specifically developed to address situational, acute, or ongoing traumatic stress and provides affordable access to treatment.


Research suggests symptoms can improve within one 90-minute group session, though 6 sessions are recommended.

EMDR is different than typical therapy or support groups. Instead of interpersonal discussions, group EMDR focuses on allowing the brain to resume its natural healing. This allows for facilitators to guide everyone as they individually process a recent or ongoing stress injury. Individuals will not be asked to share their stories nor hold space for the stories of others.


Learn more about how EMDR is different from talk therapies or check out peer-reviewed articles (including applications in healthcare settings) at

Group Session outline

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If you'd like to arrange for your team or group to be treated together for a specific event please contact me directly. 

+1 385-743-9261

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