My training as a trauma therapist includes specializing in EMDR, ego state and sensorimotor therapies in addition to having extensive knowledge and experience working with childhood trauma. These skills have trained me to be proficient in assessing clients and tailoring treatment for each patient according to his/her specific needs. Furthermore, my skills allow me to evaluate the ability of each patient to tolerate deep work. A client who is unable to handle his/her trauma, is provided with treatment that focuses on resourcing and building self regulation skills that simultaneously increases the client's window of tolerance. These skills will eventually provide the patient with the necessary tools needed for deeper work and the issues are not addressed until the client is capable of remaining regulated while processing the trauma. In addition, I facilitate the client in processing issues and monitor his/her tolerance and resource the client when he/she exhibit symptoms of dysregulation. Since each session deals with part of the issue, the client is less likely to become overwhelmed since it is easier for the client to remain regulated and the therapist is able to notice immediately when a client is becoming dysregulated. Gradually processing trauma concentrates on part of the trauma that helps minimize dysregulating the patient with its full impact. Therefore the patient is more likely to remain regulated while he/she safely processes the traumatic event and/or painful childhood/adulthood history in a safe and nurturing environment.