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Therapy, Altered

Creatively Centering Yourself

A small private practice specializing in mild to severe trauma and trauma-related symptoms,  including ancestral, systemic, and racial trauma.

**A Note about COVID-19.

Therapy, Altered is providing specially discounted rates for virtual sessions for those individuals who need support. Please reach out**

IT’S YOUR STORY
WHAT IS
Trauma
 
 

Rebecca Davis, LiCSWA (license pending), MA

Rebecca is a trauma therapist living and working in Portland, OR. In the past, she has worked primarily with foster youth and their families, and survivors of childhood sexual abuse/assault. She uses EMDR, Somatic Experiencing (TM), and drama therapy to support her clients in healing. When out of her office, Rebecca is presenting at conferences and hosting workshops across the country, training future therapists at colleges and universities, and providing consultations on dissociative disorders/the impact of pre-verbal trauma.

For more information on her other work training social service professionals and organizations in anti-racist, trauma-informed care, visit

                   www.ar-tic.org

IN HER OWN WORDS

The root of cultural appropriation...this assumption that things don't have meaning because you don't know what it is, because they don't have meaning to you.

I really mean, how can I help loosen some of this trauma that gets locked in our bodies? When I'm dealing with really really scary things...if I'm waiting for inspiration to happen, no one is gonna get healed.

I used to hate MLK Day. MLK Day is the one day a year that everyone in your class looks at you to be the representative of an entire race...When I was a kid I would wonder, "Why is everybody looking at me?"

When Creativity Is HardRebecca Davis on Everyday Creative People
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I NEED SUPPORT NOW

So what if you need support immediately? Contacting Therapy, Altered is not an instant fix. 

IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE DANGER OR CRISIS, PLEASE CALL 911

OR

HEAD TO YOUR NEAREST EMERGENCY CENTER

We've also included some important numbers if you need a different kind of crisis assistance.

Local Crisis Numbers

Multnomah Co. Mental Health Crisis Line 503.988.4888

Clackamas Co. Mental Health Crisis Line 503.655.8585

Washington Co. Mental Health Crisis Line 503.291.9111

Suicide Prevention

Lines for Life 800.273.TALK (8255)

Text '273TALK' to 839863

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1.800.273.8255

https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/

Domestic Violence

Call To Safety (formerly PWCL) 888.235.5333

Domestic Violence Resource Center Crisis Line 866.469.8620

National Domestic Violence Hotline 1.800.799.SAFE (7233)

https://www.thehotline.org/

Rape and Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault Resource Center (SARC) 503.640.5311

National Sexual Assault Hotline 1.800.656.HOPE (4673)

www.rainn.org - online hotline chat services