Riverbend Integrative Trauma Treatment
What is RITT?
RITT is an outpatient psychotherapy program that offers a wide range of current and creative therapeutic interventions. Treatment is tailored to address complex issues and help each person access their own unique and ever-present resources for healing. RITT staff include highly-skilled Supervisors, licensed staff Therapists and license-eligible RITT Fellow therapists. Each Fellow is receiving supervision toward their clinical license and intensive training in therapeutic techniques.
“Traumatized people chronically feel unsafe inside their bodies: The past is alive in the form of gnawing interior discomfort. Their bodies are constantly bombarded by visceral warning signs, and, in an attempt to control these processes, they often become experts at ignoring their gut feelings and in numbing awareness of what is played out inside.
They learn to hide from their selves.”
― Bessel A. van der Kolk,
The Body Keeps the Score
Who is Integrative Treatment Right For?
Are you just beginning therapy and need skillfully tailored services unique to your needs?
Have you tried therapy in the past but need new tools?
Would you like to transform painful experiences into a healthier state of wellbeing?
Do you want to better understand your mind and body connection?
RITT is right for you.
When left untreated, trauma is relived in your thought patterns, emotional responses, and body sensations. Trauma also interferes with social, family, and community relationships that provide vital support.
RITT assists you in reconnecting the internal, (mind, body, and emotions) as well as the external (social, family, and community) for lasting and integrated healing.
Our therapists are trained in culturally responsive, proven methods to address the many impacts of trauma. Let the therapists of RITT help you recover and feel well again and reconnect to the health that is never lost.
RITT Orientation Video
Our Treatment Modalities
Learn how trauma effects mental health and causes challenges in coping ability. A better understanding supports efforts of moving to well-being.
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a highly effective therapy for PTSD, anxiety, depression, and more.
Addressing trauma as part of a substance abuse program increases the success for overcoming addiction.
Learn how to use body awareness and settling skills to calm yourself, decrease distress and increase function.