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Trauma Counseling in Colorado

Find healing, freedom, spaciousness, and joy.

Trauma Symptoms

If you have experienced something that is traumatic, you might be experiencing...

  • trouble falling asleep or staying asleep

  • irritability or anger

  • feeling like you're always waiting for the other shoe to drop

  • flashbacks or nightmares

  • thoughts, emotions, or memories that just won't leave you alone

  • memory issues connected to events that were overwhelming and stressful

  • disconnection from others in your life

  • feeling emotionally "numb" or dissociated, like you're not connected to reality

  • a desire to turn to unwanted behaviors to self-soothe, such as addictive behavior, disordered eating, etc.

  • frequently experiencing emotions that seem inconsistent with the situation (i.e., getting "triggered")

  • difficulties with focus and concentration

  • distress when you think about something that has happened to you

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Trauma Counseling

It's important that you feel empowered and have choices for how you'd like to approach your journey of healing. For this reason, I like to have a variety of options and approaches for our work together. We'll work together to help you find more connection and presence in the present moment. From there, we can work to process past hurt and pain that is making you feel "stuck."

I use Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Somatic Experiencing (SE), and Internal Family Systems (IFS) interventions. Together, these approaches can offer both "first aid" for your most distressing symptoms as well as tools for addressing deeper issues such as complex trauma and pain from childhood, so you can find lasting peace and healing.

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