In the aftermath of a terrible or life-threatening event anyone can experience a range of emotional, physical, and psychological distress. When these responses feel overwhelming and interfere with how you want to be living, professional support can help you process your experience and develop methods of coping to ease your distress. Beyond coping, it is possible to develop new meaning and strength in your life after experiencing a trauma.
I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) through the International Association of Trauma Professionals. My approach to trauma work is structured and guided by my client's pacing. I create safety during sessions and support my clients in learning how to regulate physical responses in order to be able to process their past.
Everyone grieves in their own way and in their own timeframe. Losing someone or something significant to you can bring on varied and unexpected emotions. Grief is a process and finding support as you go through a painful loss can help ease that pain and lead to finding meaning and purpose.