Trauma can alter how the brain functions, and its signs and symptoms can vary from finding it difficult to trust and being constantly on guard, to sudden panic and intrusive, anxiety-ridden thoughts. Trauma, without question, can significantly lessen your quality of life.
And while the signs and symptoms can feel complex and at times overwhelming, feeling better is more than possible.
If you’ve ever experienced trauma in your recent or past history, my goal is to support you in working through how that trauma has impacted you. If you’re finding that you’re irritable, having a hard time trusting people, feeling angry or nervous, or having relationship challenges, it can mean that the past hurtful event is impacting your present day quality of life. Every person’s journey to healing tragedy and pain is very personal and profound. My goal is to provide you with a supportive and gentle space to walk you through your road to healing the past and creating new meaning for your life.
As a trauma survivor myself, I can share that healing the issues from the past is COMPLETELY POSSIBLE. Prior to doing my own trauma work, I struggled with depression, eating disorders, and bounced from unhealthy relationship to the next. When I decided to do the work, I utilized a mix of regular yoga, dance classes, EMDR and talk therapy, as well as participation in support groups.
This is the beauty of trauma work, it can be personalized and tailored to your specific desires and needs. I look forward to meeting you and working with you.