Julie Nachman, LCSW, SE
I have a unique understanding of the neurobiology of anxiety, depression, and PTSD and their effects on health & wellness. I serve individuals suffering from anxiety, depression, pain, behavioral and attention issues, trauma exposure, and difficulty regulating moods. My approach stems from diverse relationship-based and holistic models. I incorporate my knowledge of neuroscience along with conventional therapeutic approaches. I find brain/body/mind connections fascinating. I specialize in PTSD Treatment exploring barriers which are getting in the way of wellness due to recent or unresolved trauma exposure.
It is my intention to provide a safe and accepting therapy setting and I am extremely honored to have the opportunity to travel alongside others on their paths to healing and well-being. My sessions are often full of fun, creativity, and connection. I love seeing my clients grow and heal. I feel truly honored to be a part of the healing journey.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker, License #64003
Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW), Texas State University
Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute, Advance Level, Year 3
Neurofeedback Certification Candidate, The Biofeedback Certification Institute of America
HeartMath® Clinical Certification for Stress, Anxiety and Self Regulation
Texas Teacher Certification K-8
Somatic Experiencing® Psychotherapy
Mindful Self-Compassion (MSC)
Polyvagal Theory (PVT)
Interpersonal Neurobiology (IPNB)
Hakomi Somatic Psychotherapy Method
Body regulation techniques and tools
Common Julie Sayings
Great news about our pink, juicy brains! Creating and strengthening "stable neuropathways" reorganizes traumatized brains; creating new possibilities of relating to ourselves and others.
You can’t help but come out of therapy with a new Sense of Self!
I understand that sometimes people look at their experiences through a "lens" of inadequacy, rejection, or abandonment. I too have held this lens.