You know you should probably talk to someone
“How do I let go?”
“How do I move forward?”
“Is It normal to not be connected to myself”
You may feel like you can’t share what you’ve experienced because it feels too heavy. You don’t want to be a burden to your friends or family. You may have found drugs, alcohol, self-sabotaging behaviors, or push people away as a way to escape and avoid. You’re tired of feeling like this. It’s a confusing and lonely state of being.
You don’t know where to start but you know you should probably talk to someone.
How Do I Define Trauma?
Partnering through EMDR
EMDR helped me
One of my friends described me as a smoke jumper, the person who will jump out of the helicopter during a wildfire to help put it out. I’m ready to run in. I’m not afraid to be there with you. I’ve utilized EMDR myself and it’s been very effective for my own growth. There was a time that I couldn’t feel my body. The skills I learned through EMDR helped me to connect to natural resources, like hiking. I wouldn’t ask an individual to go somewhere that I wasn’t willing to go myself.
After working with me you’ll experience:
- The ability to cope with trauma responses
- Stress reduction
- Initiating a connection with yourself
- Trusting yourself
- Less on edge & more present
Whatever we’re feeling is within our body and our body can withstand it. Our trauma is not a burden. How we feel is not a burden. Get started on a better, calmer path. Let’s get started now.