Trauma can affect anyone at any stage in their life. Often, the lasting symptoms of trauma can affect people’s lives for years to come. Khiron Clinics are committed to treating the root cause of trauma symptoms to empower our clients to live happy and fulfilling lives.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a massive increase in children and parents reaching out for our services. We’ve now broadened our horizons and have taken on specialists to allow us to offer treatment for children and adolescents.
When children go through traumatic incidents, there is the possibility that they will develop PTSD. PTSD manifests differently in children as it does adults and can result in bed-wetting, disturbed or repetitive play, challenging behaviour, and anxiety at separating from their parents/carers.
We aim to treat the root cause of PTSD through various modalities at our compassionate and effective clinic.
Lisa’s relational, person-centred approach is informed by the humanistic psychotherapies and trainings in the field of trauma, ACE’s, and sensorimotor art therapy modalities. Lisa works with children 13 and older and is well experienced working with developmental trauma, abuse, addictions, and grief, both with adults and adolescents.
Lisa is an Integrative Art Psychotherapist (MA) and practicing artist (BA). Her relational, person-centred approach is informed by the humanistic psychotherapies and trainings in the field of trauma, ACE’s and sensorimotor art therapy modalities. Lisa is a certified Guided Drawing practitioner, which is a body-focused, trauma-informed modality that connects somatic awareness with embodied biography, helping to make sense of what we feel. This training has deepened her believe in the dynamism of the expressive arts and its ability to a form a language that speaks of inner world experience and emotion. Lisa maintains a consistent passion for ongoing research in the field of trauma and neuroscience, by attending regular conferences and trainings. She has experience working with developmental trauma, abuse, addictions and grief, both with adults and adolescents.
We receive no formal training in parenting – and although it’s the most rewarding job in the world, it’s also one of the scariest. We
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We work with members of respected organisations to deliver our services.