Mood disturbances and personality disorders often stem from faulty core beliefs, maladaptive patterns of thinking and behaving, and unresolved trauma. Both are largely misunderstood, yet treatable once acknowledged with compassion.
Dr. Nae works with anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, antisocial personality disorder, dependent personality disorder, and bipolar disorder.
Shame and C-PTSD are at the root of all mental health challenges, addictions, and adult relationship issues. Both are caused by relational trauma, usually occurring in early life. This includes experiences of emotional neglect, sexual abuse, domestic violence, role reversal, or feeling abandoned or rejected by caregivers.
Dr. Nae’s post-doctoral training and certification works to address Complex PTSD.
Interpersonal connections are the foundation of one’s wellbeing; everyone is wired for love. Yet most people grow up observing dysfunctional dynamics and go on to unconsciously repeat what they witnessed, wondering why they push away loving partners, or why they choose abusive lovers.
Dr. Nae is an expert in identifying trauma bonds, helping women heal from narcissistic abuse, and teaching individuals and couples how to create healthy love.
Trauma changes the way the brain and body function. Unresolved trauma shows up in chronic pain, postures, gestures, movement, bodily tensions, and breath. Thus, trauma can only be healed by engaging the mind and body.
Dr. Nae is trained and certified in a cutting-edge modality called NARM (The Neuro-Affective Relational Model) which uses a mind-body approach in addressing identity, emotions, physiology, behavior, and relationships.