Have you witnessed a horrific event such as the death of a loved one or an accident?
Are you a victim of sexual violence?
Or maybe you’re been overseas to serve your country and you’re having a hard time getting used to being back home.
Trauma is a common condition that impacts one in four Americans, and if left untreated it can become a paralyzing disorder. While everyone processes trauma differently, counseling has been shown to improve how people deal and live with the traumatic events that have occurred in their lives.
Trauma Counseling May Help You:
Overcome the feeling of shock, denial, or disbelief
Limit mood swings and feelings of anger and aggravation
Limit feeling ashamed or wondering ‘why me?
Prevent feelings of sadness or hopelessness
Think more clearly
Overcome fear and anxiety
Learn how to trust people again
Reconnect with friends, family or loved ones
Feel alive again
Get a good night’s sleep
Be more comfortable in public
Control your emotions
Types of Trauma Carolyn Can Help With:
Rape and/or sexual assault
Exposure to catastrophic events
Violence or death
Injuries or illness
No two people experience events the same, so Carolyn’s approach to helping people overcome the trauma they’ve experienced is to create a safe space where they can talk and explore the traumatic event and together learn about how it is impacting their thought patterns.
By incorporating techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy, talk therapy, and others, people discover the how the traumatic event is impacting their life. Carolyn can help you develop a variety of skills and approaches to improve the quality of your life.
Are you ready to take the next step?
Contact Carolyn and learn more about how she can help!