“Heidi Eversole’s House Visualization Technique is a powerful resource for people touched by trauma and is a “must read” for mental health professionals and survivors alike. As a therapist who specializes in trauma, I consider this work to be groundbreaking and much needed!”
— Dr. Michelle Flaum, professor at Xavier University and author of Managing the Psychological Impact of Medical Trauma: A Guide for Mental Health and Health Care Professionals
“Heidi brings the House Visualization Technique from a personal and passionate level, which is ultimately beneficial to the reader. I appreciate the depth of preparation in understanding the entire process through education and identification of emotions, understanding how different brains function, and uses of the technique. This solid yet flexible approach will help many for years to come.”
— Rebekah Miles Mental Health Advocate and Speaker “I’m fine/save me” viral tattoo movement
“I’ve started dozens of workbooks that address similar topics and was never able to complete any of them. This simple, yet inspiring visualization technique pulled me in from the start and gently guided me through to the end. But that’s the thing here, it doesn’t just end, it’s perhaps a beginning. It’s the beginning of a pathway to healing.”
— Richard Crocker CRNA, Afghanistan war veteran
“HVT is a new and unique way for me to be introspective and it felt like a place of comfort and where I find safety and solace in my life. As a therapist, I can see value in doing this with the parents of my pediatric clients or when doing work with my adolescent clients who may not be in a space to have the words to express themselves fully. I love finding new ways to reach clients and this definitely is a valuable tool!”
— Hailee Carter, LPCC-S, Children and Family Therapist.