EMDR: www.emdrinfo.com (my main teacher's website; useful, accessible information)
-Advocacy Center (Former Task Force for Battered Women, now serves women, men, trans folk, and children in dangerous or abusive situations.): www.theadvocacycenter.org Crisis line: 607-277-5000
-Mental Health Association of Tompkins County: www.mhaedu.org 607-273-9250 (maintains list of local therapists, and will help find appropriate referrals).
-Family & Children's Service of Ithaca, www.fcsith.com 607-273-7494 (A clinic setting providing mental health services to adults, children, and families).
-Planned Parenthood of the Southern Finger Lakes (reproductive services for women, men and transpeople, with a stellar education department serving all sectors of the community): www.ppsfl.org 607-273-1513
-Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service (24 hour hotline for those in emotional crisis. Well trained staff stand by for your call.): 607-272-1616
Shamanic healing: www.dancingdrumha.com 607-279-0444
Brief Therapy Associates: www.brief-therapy.com 607-275-3675
Herbal healing and education: www.heart-stone.com
OTHER RESOURCES WORTH EXPLORING:
This site is a collaboration between His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Paul and Eve Eckman, (who are emotion researchers): Www.atlasofemotions.com
Rick Hansen, who wrote Buddha's Brain, and Taking in the Good has a site with links to various resources for calming the nervous system: rickhansen.net
For a site that helps you think about the process of therapy, I suggest:
A colleague of mine has a wonderful blog; hilaryjacobshendel.com I heartily recommend her writing.
Tara Brach is a psychotherapist and Buddhist whose free podcasts have been extremely helpful to many of my clients. She also has an excellent introduction to meditation for anyone curious about "how to": tarabrach.com
Here's a very helpful video for parents (and other human beings!) about secure connection; it's what AEDP therapy is all about. The video is short and sweet! https://vimeo.com/circleofsecurity/circleofsecurityanimation