When we have experienced trauma, it is very difficult to manage our emotions because trauma is a sensory experience that leaves scars on the body and the brain. As such, we carry it wth us and it affects our everyday lives, sometimes, without knowing.
Traumatic experiences are very hard to articulate with words and can leave the person feeling powerless, terrorized and as such, it becomes hard to keep on living an enjoyable life, sometimes years after the event. Often, trauma symptoms are perceived as a result of something else than trauma.
This lack of knowledge and awareness around trauma in our society means that a lot of people are walking around with immense pain.
I am here to help you
navigate through that.
Creating and holding a safe space with compassion and non-judgement where you can feel supported and cared for is key.
The therapeutic process helps to heal psychological wounds created by traumatic events and/or insecure attachment by offering a space where heartfelt connection can be created. Offering a space where expression of needs and feelings are welcomed can help with feeling empowered and in control which is a key element lost in traumatic situations and/or other difficult life experiences. When we live a success in self-regulation, it is very powerful in the healing process.
I am not here to heal you, I am here to guide you through your own healing.
Trauma can be experienced at any age,
from being an infant to being an elderly person.
Its effects can vary greatly from one person to another, even when we can’t recall the traumatic experience; memory loss means that our mind and body protects us from the pain but,
it holds memory of events and is impacted by it.
Despite the time that has passed since the traumatic events and regardless of the intensity of symptoms or the effects on one's life, treatment can be very beneficial, at any time.
*All of these symptoms can be caused by trauma but are not a diagnosis. There are also multiple others.
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“Trauma is perhaps the most avoided, ignored,
belittled, denied, misunderstood, and untreated
cause of human suffering.” (Levine and Kline 2007)
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