Therapy for Trauma and PTSD
As a trauma therapist, I prioritize safety and respect for your boundaries. I want to hear anything you want to tell me, and if you aren't ready or able to share your story, we can still work on tools for soothing the nervous system, decreasing symptoms such as nightmares or flashbacks, and creating safe relationships in your current life.
I am an eclectic therapist, but when working with trauma I often use mindfulness-based therapies including the Trauma Resiliency Model to support you in healing now, whatever happened then.
Whatever you're experiencing now - maybe intrusive and painful memories, dissociative episodes, jumpiness, guilt and shame, negative thoughts about yourself and others or even numbness - I invite you to contact me to get a sense for my style and see if I could be a good fit for you.
Healing is possible. And no matter what happened to you, you deserve to feel safe and to have a life that feels worth living.
In addition to working with survivors, I also provide therapy for individuals and groups who work with traumatized populations. Whether you are a medical professional, social justice advocate, therapist or ecologist, work that puts us into close contact with trauma can have deep impacts on our own minds, bodies and relationships. Therapy is a place where you can make space to safely process the work you do and work on ways to create sustainability for yourself and the communities and organizations you serve.