Caverly Warren

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Meet Caverly

Caverly enjoys working with teens, adults, couples, and families using attachment-focused, experiential, and somatic modalities, mindfulness, and other therapies to promote personal growth, healing, and rediscovery. Professional areas of interest include: trauma, eating disorders, anxiety, depression and mood disorders. Caverly also has experience with substance abuse, process addictions, ADHD, codependency, relationship/intimacy issues, attachment/family of origin issues, and personality disorders.

Operating from a holistic lens, Caverly believes in the importance of integrating the mind-body-spirit connection to facilitate healing from underlying core wounds. Caverly has received specialty training in Brainspotting, Somatic Experiential Therapy (SomEx), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), mindfulness, & other experiential techniques.

Caverly has a Masters of Education (M.Ed.) in Human Development Counseling, with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, from Vanderbilt University, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor/Mental Health Service Provider (LPC-MHSP) in the state of Tennessee. Originally from Arizona, Caverly currently lives in Nashville.

Somatic Therapy  

Caverly is trained in somatic therapy (SOMEX), and utilizes these techniques with clients. Somatic work allows clients to connect to their bodies in a safe way, and with this new connection they are able to learn nervous system regulation. Somatic techniques can aid in treating trauma, anxiety, ADHD, and many other mental health issues. Caverly utilizes somatic therapy in conjunction with other therapeutic techniques in order to provide various positive coping strategies to be utilized outside of sessions.

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Women's Group Therapy

Group therapy allows for people to heal in the context of empathy and compassion. With each group we hope to foster a safe container that provides ongoing community and accountability.

Individual Therapy

Entering into the therapeutic process allows a person to examine often dark or traumatic origins of maladaptive coping strategies and develop new patterns that will connect one to light and better quality of life.

Trauma Workshop

Full Day Trauma Workshop which combines psychoeduation, group processing  and peer feedback
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