Carrie Griffin, DO
Dr Griffin is most interested in the process of transformation that healing invites. In service of the change that a patient seeks for themselves, she offers practices that include integrative medicine, ketamine assisted psychotherapy, Somatic Experiencing and Neuro-affective Relational Model therapy for complex PTSD. She is board certified in family and addiction medicine and completed a two year fellowship in maternal, child and reproductive health.
Deep transformation at the individual level has an inevitable kaleidoscopic effect on that person’s world. Intergenerational themes, their relationship with work, neighbors, friends, play and the natural world they inhabit have the capacity to be greeted with deeper reverence as people connect to a felt sense of safety, freedom and peace within themselves. The depth-orientation of Dr Griffin’s practice is oriented to liberate this move towards wholeness within the individual and their surroundings. Dr Griffin also teaches trauma informed care workshops to healthcare workers, first responders and mental health care workers to help them reorient to their compassion and relieve the effects of secondary trauma and toxic stress.