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​Trauma Treatment

Trauma can be anything that overwhelmed us to the point that our brains were unable to integrate the experience at the time. 

When talking about trauma, people usually think of life-threatening disasters. In fact, a seemingly small negative personal experience can be considered traumatic to an individual.

Common big “T” trauma includes: Experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event, such as disasters, sexual assault, accidents, domestic violence, etc. 

Common little “t” trauma includes: isolation, rejection, alienation, illness, bullying, emotional abuse and neglect, death of a loved one, etc.


Childhood Trauma: Harm that occurred in childhood or family of origin, such as emotional neglect, physical and emotional abuse, divorce, family conflict, lack of boundaries, excessive control, etc.

If you have experienced traumatic events and are still being impacted by them, therapy can help you understand these experiences and start the journey of healing. 

I have received long-term professional training in trauma treatment. In my practice, I will combine talk therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Lifespan Integration (LI) to help you heal from the past.  

Eye Movement Desensitization

and Reprocessing 

EMDR is a structured therapy that helps people recover from trauma and PTSD symptoms. Instead of talking about distressing memories, EMDR therapy allows the brain to resume its natural healing process.

Lifespan Integration

Lifespan Integration is a gentle, body-based therapeutic method which heals without re-traumatizing. Life Integration helps people integrate traumatic memories and re-establish a sense of safety and connection with the self and others.



If you'd like to schedule an appointment, or have any questions, please feel free to email me or use the link below to book.


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