e-motion wellness™ transcends and includes traditional evidence-based psychotherapy by integrating our evolutionary history, neuroscience, and psychological approaches. Our framework was designed to capitalize on the brain’s developmental history, survival functions, and the process by which humans learn. We have mastered intentional and effective protocols to encourage the natural processes of the brain, and our methods optimize overall mental health and prepare people to handle real-world stress without losing control. The E-motion difference is in our approach.


Internal Family Systems (IFS)

Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy is a type of psychotherapy that focuses on the interconnected, dynamic parts of an individual’s mind. It helps people understand and make peace with their various internal experiences—such as emotions, beliefs, and memories—in order to achieve greater mental health and well-being. During IFS therapy sessions, individuals learn to access their inner experiences and create new, positive relationships with them. Through this process of self-exploration, individuals can gain greater insight into how their internal experiences shape their behaviors and outlook on life. In addition, IFS therapy helps people develop more effective coping strategies for dealing with difficult emotions and situations by fostering greater emotional regulation and self-awareness.

Shadow Work

Shadow Work is a powerful style of counseling that helps individuals explore the parts of themselves they have been avoiding. Through this type of therapy, you can gain insight into the root causes of issues such as depression, anxiety, and low self-esteem.


Mindfulness is a powerful practice that can help you live in the present moment, reduce stress and anxiety, improve your concentration, and cultivate more self-awareness.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) focuses on helping patients recognize patterns of thinking that lead to certain emotions or behaviors, then teaches them how to change those patterns for the better. Through cognitive restructuring, patients learn skills such as problem-solving, self-monitoring, challenging automatic thoughts, and improving communication.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based cognitive behavioral treatment that was developed to help people cope with difficult emotions and improve their interpersonal relationships. DBT includes skills training in four areas: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, emotion regulation, and distress tolerance. These skills are designed to help people better manage their feelings and reactions in difficult situations and build healthier relationships with others.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an approach to mental health that helps individuals move toward acceptance of their feelings, emotions, and behaviors. It encourages self-compassion and the development of life skills such as mindfulness, cognitive defusion, values clarification, committed action plans, and acceptance strategies.


EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an integrative psychotherapy approach that helps people process and manage difficult memories and experiences more effectively. Through the use of eye movements, sounds, or tactile stimulation to rapidly alter brain functioning, EMDR can create new neural pathways associated with positive emotions and beliefs. This shift helps people gain insight into their issues and access deeper levels of understanding for lasting change.

Neurochemical Healing Protocols

Lifestyle changes, thermoregulation, journaling, and neuroplasticity are powerful tools for helping mental health patients manage their symptoms and find relief. They help to rewire the brain by creating new pathways or strengthening existing ones, which allows patients to practice more positive responses to stressful situations. This can reduce anxiety, depression, PTSD, and other mental health concerns. Neuroplasticity also helps to increase emotional regulation, improve communication skills, and enhance cognitive functioning.

Neuroplasticity is used in a variety of ways, such as through mindfulness techniques, cognitive therapy, and even physical exercises. It can also help to create lifestyle changes.