Preventing Therapist Burnout-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Embodied Self-Care for Therapists This post focuses on the importance of self-care for therapists who work with trauma. Without a commitment to self-care, maintaining a practice focused on the treatment of PTSD can have a significant impact on the mental, … Continue reading

The Complex PTSD Workbook-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

I am excited to announce my new book, The Complex PTSD Workbook: A Mind-Body Approach to Regaining Emotional Control & Becoming Whole! It is now available on Amazon and you can click here to order. Those affected by complex PTSD (C-PTSD) … Continue reading

Overcoming Barriers in Complex PTSD-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Healing Complex PTSD Healing from complex PTSD takes time and requires commitment. This is because exposure to neglect or abuse during childhood leaves a profound and persistent mark on your body and mind. Within psychotherapy, clients who do not get … Continue reading

6 Pillars of Resilience-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Are you Naturally Resilient? Resilience is a passion of mine. This strength based orientation is the cornerstone of my psychotherapy practice, so much so that I call my work, Resilience Informed Therapy. Resilience means adapting well in the face of … Continue reading

Healing Grief and Loss-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

The Sacred Journey of Grief Inevitably, grief changes you. You can never go back to the world as you knew it because you are not the same. As a result you may feel as though you’ve been sent into the … Continue reading

Holistic Transformation-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Sustained Change The late yoga master B.K.S. Iyengar said, “Change leads to disappointment if it is not sustained. Transformation is sustained change, and it is achieved through practice.” This quote got me thinking. “I began to think about my daily … Continue reading

My Gratitude List-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Feeling Grateful As the year comes to a close it is a good time to reflect back on goals and intentions I had set back in January. Often these reflections are uplifting and joyful but I also notice how sometimes … Continue reading

Resources for Trauma Part II-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Healing Emotions Some of us wear our feelings on our sleeves and some have a hard time showing our true colors. These patterns of emotional expression tend to get amplified when we have faced loss or trauma. We might struggle … Continue reading

Resources for Trauma Recovery-Dr. Arielle Schwartz

Create Peace Traumatic events disrupt life, leaving you feeling ungrounded, frightened, and often overwhelmed. Terrifying events strip you of your sense of safety. You might start to avoid places and people that remind you of the trauma. You might have … Continue reading