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Trauma can overwhelm your ability to cope, disrupt your sense of safety and trust in yourself and others, and leave lasting emotional, psychological, and sometimes physical scars. It can result from a wide range of experiences, including but not limited to abuse, neglect, violence, accidents, natural disasters and loss. 

Navigating the Aftermath

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Experiencing trauma can lead to a myriad of symptoms and challenges. These may include flashbacks, nightmares, hyper-vigilance, anxiety, depression, mood swings, substance abuse and difficulty forming and maintaining healthy relationships. These symptoms can result in trauma responses. 

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How you might be feeling...

Trauma responses are ways in which you react or cope with experiences of trauma. They can vary widely from person to person and can manifest in physical, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral ways. You may feel irritable, have difficulty relaxing or sleeping and may be hyper-vigilant for potential threats. Or, you may feel detached from your emotions, memories, or surroundings. You may experience flashbacks, nightmares, or intrusive memories. Trauma responses are not always immediate and can develop over time. 

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How We Can Help

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Our therapists provide a safe and supportive space for individuals to explore their experiences, process their emotions, and develop coping strategies to navigate the aftermath of trauma. We offer evidence-based therapies tailored to meet each client's unique needs including eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and mindfulness-based approaches. 

It is possible to reclaim your life and restore your sense of self. We are here to walk alongside you, every step of the way. 



Reach out now, let us help. 

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