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Therapy for Adults Working Through Early Life Trauma
 

How can therapy help?

Our early experiences can affect how we see ourselves within our own family, community, or social group.  These experiences don't have to define you.  Learning how to interpret, validate, and incorporate new thinking patterns can make a significant impact on how you relate to yourself and others throughout your life. 

 

Therapy can be a helpful way to gain insight into the sources of your symptoms and mend the relationship within yourself so you can be present in your current relationships.  It is a place where you can learn ways to ground yourself, identify your triggers, and reprocess the adverse experiences and traumatic events that keep you feeling stuck. 

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Online Therapy

 

Feel free to grab a coffee, maybe a supportive pet, and meet in a HIPAA compliant, confidential space.    

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Set up an appointment
Assessment
Ongoing Therapy

Schedule directly in the linked "schedule now" section.  Complete forms prior to first appointment.

Our first session is meant for you to tell me your story in your own words.  We will develop a plan for how we will work together and approximately how long.  

After we decide on a plan, we will meet for scheduled sessions whether that is weekly, biweekly, or monthly until symptoms are resolved. 

Practice Areas

Anxiety disorders
Religious Trauma
ptsd
self esteem
Relationship issues
parenting
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Your feelings are valid regardless of what you’ve been told or what your experiences have led you to believe. You deserve to see yourself differently and be present in your life. It is possible to reprocess trauma that feels stuck in your body, heal attachment wounds, reframe unhelpful thoughts, and learn to build acceptance within yourself.

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“Wholeness is not achieved by cutting off a portion of one’s being, but by integration of the contraries.”

- C.G. Jung