EMDR Therapist and OSISS Peer Support Facilitator

EMDR Therapist and OSISS Peer Support Facilitator

EMDR Therapist and OSISS Peer Support Facilitator

Crystal Arber is a certified EMDR therapist. She has also trained as a Peer Support facilitator with OSISS. Crystal Arber has a deep passion for helping those who have been affected by trauma. She is well-versed in treating PTSD and complex trauma. She works with both children and adults.

Crystal Arber is a certified EMDR therapist

Crystal Arber, a registered social worker with the British Columbia College of Social Work, has received extensive training in EMDR therapy. This technique helps a person process disturbing memories and sensory materials in a way that fosters positive self-esteem. The process involves rapid eye movements that help the person to examine an experience from a dispassionate point of view.

Crystal graduated from the University of British Columbia and holds a Master’s of Social Work. She is a member of the British Columbia College of Social Workers and the British Columbia Association of Clinical Counsellors. She has extensive experience in EMDR, including consulting with several EMDR groups and serving as the Regional Coordinator for EMDR in Vancouver. Her work includes working with individuals suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), complex PTSD, and trauma.

As a registered social worker, Crystal Arber is an expert in EMDR and trauma therapy. She has extensive experience working with veterans, first responders, educators, and families. She has also lectured about EMDR at various academic and professional institutions. Moreover, she has over 20 years of experience in treating trauma and PTSD, having worked in both the public and private sectors.

She is a registered clinical social worker

A graduate of the University of British Columbia, Crystal Arber is a registered clinical social work practitioner with a background in trauma and addictions. She has extensive experience treating clients suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. She has also presented workshops on trauma and integrative medicine. Crystal is an active member of the BC College of Social Workers and has lectured on topics related to mental illness.

Crystal has advanced training in EMDR therapy. She has worked with first responders, educators, and military personnel to treat trauma and addictions. She has also served as the regional coordinator for the EMDR Vancouver program and presented at EMDR conferences. She is passionate about trauma and addiction treatment and specializes in helping clients recover from the effects of trauma and addictions.

After completing her Masters in Social Work, Crystal began her career as a trauma therapist. She specialized in treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and complex trauma. She has also worked with veterans, first responders, educators, and families.

She is a Peer Support facilitator for OSISS

As a peer support facilitator for OSISS, Crystal Arber has had a unique perspective on how people cope with the stress of a crisis. She relates to her participants' stories of trauma and grief through her own experiences. As the spouse of a military veteran, Michelle Arber understands the challenges faced by military personnel and their families. She is committed to providing support and education to military families and will share her own experiences with peer support and critical incident stress management debriefings.

She has extensive training in treating trauma

Crystal Arber has extensive training in treating trauma and other complex challenges. She has worked in both the private and public sectors and has a passion for treating traumatic experiences. She is a registered social worker who is certified to use EMDR therapy. She has worked with many different populations, including first responders, veterans, educators, and others. In addition to treating individuals, Crystal also facilitates workshops on trauma and other complex challenges.

EMDR, or eye movement-based deep relaxation, is a powerful tool for processing traumatic memories and feelings. It involves rapid eye movements to reduce the anxiety associated with traumatic experiences. It also helps people examine traumatic experiences from a distance, which can lead to more positive emotional and psychological outcomes.

Crystal Arber is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, a member of the BC College of Social Workers, and a Registered Social Worker. She has extensive training and experience in treating complex PTSD and post-traumatic stress injuries. She has worked with first responders, educators, and military personnel, and is the Regional Coordinator for EMDR in Vancouver.