Have you ever found that you ask yourself questions that you may not say out loud to your friends or family? Most people come into my office because they are tired of repeating the same painful patterns. Perhaps you can relate. Maybe you second guess yourself or have difficulty checking things off your mile long to-do list. Or you are stuck in negativity and feeling hopeless, you may feel as if you are constantly “on edge”.
Do any of the following resonate with you?
You feel lonely, even when you are with others.
You feel dread, fear, have strange thoughts and a pounding heart.
You know that sadness isn’t helpful but getting out of it alone isn’t possible/
You feel like you are living at a frenzied pace that is leaving you frazzled and stressed.
You feel like you are wandering through life, feeling like something is missing or your balance is “off”.
If this sound true for you, I want you to know that many of my clients have shared with me that it was difficult for them to come in. But getting the help you need is a sign of strength and will help you manage stuff that comes up in your life.
Self-care is not an indulgence or selfish act. In fact, it is especially important to take care of yourself when you have the honor of caring for others.
Trauma Therapy can help you live the life you have envisioned for yourself
It’s possible to feel better. Imagine a life where you could…
Control how you respond to anxious thoughts
Improve your relationship with yourself and those you choose to share yourself with.
Create a more meaningful life based on who you are and what you truly desire.
Get to the root of the problem and solve them instead of using “band-aids”.
Have the loving relationships you’ve always wanted.
Step back and focus on healing
Trauma therapy helps you rise above your challenges and start moving towards your ideal life with less stress and greater control over your thoughts.
You will get the effective skills you need to find your way through difficult feelings and situations and see that you deserve kindness and forgiveness – the same that you give to others.
I have helped people struggling with trauma and low self-esteem discover their inner strength and develop a deeper love for themselves, My clients discover that it is possible to take care of themselves while taking care of others.