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LARRY KESSLER

Somatic Experiencing Facilitator

Larry Kessler, M.A., SEP, is a certified Somatic Experience® Practitioner. He is also certified in Integral Somatic Psychotherapy and NARM (Neuro-Affective Relational Model) for developmental traumas. Larry combines a focused awareness on the body and the nervous systems with traditional psychotherapeutic techniques to create innovative treatments for trauma, substance use, and emotional dis-regulation.

 

Larry has a special place in his heart for those in recovery, combat vets, and the LGTBQ community. He believes that successfully treated traumas help people not only be free of substances and symptoms, but also to become more alive and empowered as they discover a sense of wholeness and vital strength they once possessed.

 

Larry treats all kinds of traumas from shock and developmental traumas to complex PTSD. He also works with anger, depression, anxiety/panic attacks, and with attachment and personality disorders. He has also taught Tai Chi classes and Family Constellations—that deal with family and inter-generational traumas—for the last 25 years.

 

He brings all of his expertise to Roots Through Recovery to help those who come through their doors in the rediscovery of who they really are at their roots.

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