Alicen Halquist, MA, LPC, SEP

Alicen is an accomplished trauma resolution and attachment expert, therapist and trainer. In her position as faculty instructor for Somatic Experiencing (SETI/FHE) and Dynamic Attachment Repatterning (DARe) she utilizes a wide range of skills derived in her 25 years of practice of psychotherapy and clinical consultation in the treatment of symptoms and the training of professionals in the areas of trauma and attachment.The areas of treatment that Alicen primarily practices in are:

Trauma Resolution RelationalEarly Attachment

Motor VehicleImpact Trauma Assault

Medical TraumaEmotional Trauma

Pre /Perinatal/Birth TraumaChildren and Adolescents

AddictionsFirst Responders

Eating DisordersDissociative Disorders

Natural DisasterWar Trauma

She has also had experience providing inpatient treatment for recovery of abuse, self harm behaviors and impulse control issues. She developed and directed a community based integrated movement therapy program for children.

She integrates the DARE & PACT Models in her practice to address the neurological/physiological underpinnings of pre-verbal and/or sub-psychological attachment trauma. This understanding is instrumental in advocating for children and helping care providers and educators understand how to attend in a way that brings about nervous system re-regulation.

Alicen integrates a deep mindfulness approach, informed by eastern philosophy, meditation practice, yoga, dance/creative arts therapy,family life with her husband and two children, and a belief that healing trauma can give us direct access to spiritual expansion.

Alicen is a Faculty Instructor for Somatic Experiencing® Trauma Institute (SETI) and Licensed Psychotherapist with over 20 years of private practice experience. Alicen also provides consultation services to treatment facilities and is the Clinical Consultant to A Sober Way Home, Prescott, Arizona.

Alicen maintains a limited private practice from her Boulder and Scottsdale offices.

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