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Some experiences leave significant imprints on our mind, body, and spirit.

Therapy can help you find relief from painful experiences and regain a sense of safety in your life and relationships. 


Many people do not realize that trauma symptoms can be experienced after a wide variety of experiences: Such as after the death of a loved one, a significant break-up or relationship loss, or an experience of bullying or harassment.

You may relate to some of the following:

  • You feel you can't stop thinking about an event (or) avoid anything that reminds you about an event or experience.

  • You find it difficult to trust others and develop close, fulfilling relationships.

  • You feel "chronically overwhelmed."

  • You feel "numb" or disconnected. 

  • You think you are "thin-skinned" or "too sensitive."

  • You experience unexplained aches and pains (your body may feel tense or tight).

  • You have difficulty feeling rested even after a full night's sleep. 

  • Your brain feels "foggy" and you have difficulty remembering things.

  • You find yourself feeling easily irritated or angry.

  • You feel emotionally "raw" and vulnerable.

  • You fear "confrontation" and avoid conflict at all costs.


How I Work:

I help individuals find relief from traumatic experiences and regain their sense of safety in the world and their relationships. My approach to trauma is holistic and multi-fold: I integrate somatic techniques, cognitive processing theory, and mindfulness-based stress reduction to help clients cope with and find relief from trauma symptoms. This helps address both the "brain" aspect of trauma and the "body" response to trauma memories. 



Bridge into the Woods

Trauma & PTSD

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