Trivium Life Services offers integrative mental health and wellness services through our Outpatient Clinic in the Lebanon, New Hampshire. We provide a strength-based and person-centered approach, working collaboratively with each client to develop a course of treatment that is responsive to individual preferences and needs. Our integrative approach will help you explore lifestyle factors such as diet, sleep, and movement as potential sources of relief from psychological distress. We combine evidence-based therapy models with complimentary wellness tools to develop a personalized treatment approach tailored to your needs.
We will walk along side you in your journey toward mental health and wellness with unconditional positive regard as our guiding light. The wellness you deserve lies beyond just temporary relief from your symptoms and is more than just the absence of illness.
We believe in treating each person as a whole person, in seeking relief from symptoms while looking beyond the symptoms to the root of suffering, and in drawing from each individual’s unique, innate resilience as a source of healing potential.
We provide a safe, nonjudgmental, therapeutic environment in which growth is possible, deeper internal connections can be made, and greater levels of wellness can be explored and achieved. Our goal is to support you in exploring the many complex interrelationships that make you who you are in order to help you sustain a meaningful, lasting sense of well-being.
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How We Can Help
This service is currently offered at our Lebanon, New Hampshire location.
We welcome clients of all ages, we are gender-inclusive and culturally responsive practice.
If you are interested in a collaborative approach that allows you to take charge of your emotional, mental, and physical wellness (or that of a dependent), let’s connect.
What is Integrative Mental Health?
An integrative mental health approach combines evidence-based treatment modalities (i.e. EMDR, DBT) with alternative therapies (i.e. mindfulness, meditation, yoga). These methods complement one another to provide clients and practitioners with a variety of options that can be tailored to individual needs and preferences while emphasizing the value of personal growth and self-care practices.
Integrative care looks beyond the symptoms of illness or an identified problem and focuses on the whole person -- this includes physical health, emotional well-being, interpersonal relationships, and even spiritual needs. An integrative mental health approach can help clients identify both psychological and lifestyle patterns that may contribute to identified challenges, while empowering individuals to develop strategies they can use to make healthier choices for themselves. This approach recognizes that everyone is unique and complex and requires an individually tailored treatment plan, rather than relying on one-size-fits-all interventions. Combining evidence-based treatments with alternative therapies can create authentic and meaningful change, providing lasting relief from mental health issues.
A primary benefit of integrative mental health care is that it provides a more comprehensive treatment plan for individuals seeking forward movement in their mental health journey. This approach goes beyond just managing symptoms -- it addresses biological and environmental factors often overlooked by conventional therapies to more closely examine the root cause of an individual's challenges, employs individualized evidence-based and holistic strategies tailored to the individual's needs, all with the goal of creating meaningful, long lasting change.
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Trauma Focused CBT (TF-CBT)
- CBT for Psychosis (CBTp)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
- Attachment, Self-Regulation & Competency (ARC)
- Family Therapy
- Attachment-based Therapy
- Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
- Nutrition Consultation
- Expressive Therapy
- Yoga, pranayama & meditation
- Personal training
- Wilderness therapy
Our Clinicians are Experienced With the Following:
- Eating Disorders
- Mood Disorders
- Anxiety Disorders
- Personality Disorders
- Psychotic spectrum disorders
- Prenatal/Postpartum support
- Chronic Pain Management
- Dual Diagnosis/Substance Use Recovery
- Parenting Support
- Attachment Disorders
- Adjustment Disorders
Meet Our Team
Susan Odden, MS, MSN, RN
Psychotherapist, Nutritionist, Registered Nurse
Sara Paton, MSW, CYT
Clinical Social Worker, Psychotherapist, Certified Yoga Teacher
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Trivium currently offers Integrative Mental Health services at our Lebanon, New Hampshire location.