Trauma Therapy

Expert trauma therapy: healing from PTSD, anxiety & depression. Regain balance and peace after past traumatic experiences.

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Trauma can have a significant influence on a person’s life. It can make people feel like their body and mind are not in sync. Individuals who have experienced trauma often create mechanisms that help keep them safe. They become hyper-aware of their surroundings, and feelings of dread frequently keep them away from situations they perceive as dangerous. Unfortunately, individuals with PTSD may endure recurrent fatigue, restlessness, and fear, as well as miss out on enjoyable activities. What’s the good news? These changes in the brain are not permanent!

As a psychotherapist, I specialize in helping people reduce the impact of trauma to restore balance to their lives. I work with my clients to understand how trauma has affected them and develop coping skills to manage symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) using a compassionate and non-judgmental approach. Whether your trauma was caused by a single event or a sequence of events, I am here to help you on your path to healing.

Benefits of Trauma Therapy

  • Easing Hyper-Awareness: Therapy helps individuals manage hyper-awareness, allowing them to navigate their surroundings without constant fear or stress, thereby creating a sense of safety and security.
  • Addressing Avoidance Behaviors: Therapists assist individuals in addressing and slowly overcoming avoidance behaviors, encouraging them to re-engage with enjoyable activities and situations without fear.
  • Managing Physical and Emotional Symptoms: Therapy provides tools and techniques to manage and reduce symptoms such as fatigue, restlessness, anxiety, and fear, fostering a more balanced and comfortable state of being.
  • Restoring Joy and Engagement: Through therapy, individuals can gradually re-engage in activities they once found pleasurable but may have avoided due to trauma-related feelings, helping restore joy and a sense of normalcy.
  • Empowering Coping Skills: Individuals learn coping mechanisms to navigate daily life, enabling them to manage anxiety, depression, and other PTSD symptoms, empowering them to confront challenges more effectively.
  • Encouraging Emotional Healing: Therapists provide a safe and non-judgmental space for emotional healing, allowing individuals to process trauma and its impact on their lives, fostering a path to healing and recovery.
  • Promoting Brain Plasticity: Therapy aids in harnessing brain plasticity, supporting the brain’s ability to adapt and change, and allowing individuals to work through trauma-induced changes in thought patterns.

Contact me today to schedule a consultation and begin your journey towards a brighter, more fulfilling future.