Breakthrough in Connection
Breakthrough in Connection - Healing Through Connection
Welcome to Breakthrough in Connection, where we champion the power of connection to mend the invisible wounds of trauma. We believe that healing happens in the same place that pain is born — in our connections with others and ourselves. Our mission is to assist you in breaking through old patterns of protection, paving the way for a renewed ability to connect deeply and authentically.
About Breakthrough in Connection
At Breakthrough in Connection, our team is dedicated to fostering spaces where individuals feel seen, heard, and understood. We employ an integrative approach to therapy, grounded in the understanding that the key to healing from trauma lies within repairing our ability to connect with others and ourselves.
Our Approach to Healing
Our approach revolves around two core principles: healing is possible, and connection is the catalyst. Trauma often forms in moments where connections are fractured, which in turn impacts our ability to establish healthy connections in the future. Our therapeutic approach is designed to help individuals navigate and dismantle these old patterns of protection that no longer serve them.
We offer a variety of group therapy sessions, all aimed at helping individuals learn new ways of connecting. One of our primary offerings is Ketamine-Assisted Therapy aka "Ketamine in Connection". This groundbreaking approach allows us to access and rewire those deeply ingrained protective patterns that may be inhibiting our ability to connect authentically.
Ready to make a breakthrough in connection? Contact us to learn more about our approach, our group therapy offerings, and how we can support you on your healing journey. Remember, the first step to healing is reaching out and making a connection.
**Disclaimer** Please note that while we draw upon the wealth of knowledge in therapeutic practices, including the understanding of internal parts as a key to self-awareness, our approach is uniquely ours and not directly associated with any specific therapeutic model such as Internal Family Systems (IFS).