Trauma Release

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Did you know that not only the mind but also the body keeps the memory of your experience?

This process offers help in releasing physical memory and emotional struggle related to traumatic experiences. Psychology Today defines trauma as an experience of severe psychological distress following powerful or dangerous life events. The impact of traumatic events causes strong physical or emotional reactions immediately. However, in some cases, there is psychological denial, and repressed memory remains only in the body. The most common symptoms of trauma may include:

  • Mood swing
  • Confusion
  • Avoidance of events that trigger memories
  • Feeling of fear
  • Stress
  • Low interest in life activities
  • Insomnia
  • Eating disorders
  • Problems with health
  • Pains in body
  • Feelings of potential danger
  • Depression
  • Guilt
  • Shame
  • Anger
  • Panic attacks

 

All of that can be devastating for an individual’s life. Untreated trauma can cause:

  • Self-destructive behaviour
  • Addictions
  • Shame
  • Hopelessness
  • Feeling damaged
  • Feeling of not been understood
  • Feeling ineffective
  • Problems at work and home
  • Compulsive behavioural patterns

 

How to cope with trauma?

You can forget or block memories that are stored in your brain, but it can be challenging to overcome those stored in your body. Quite often, individuals can carry stress and trauma every day and use addictive behaviours as a way of overcoming them. However, to release the emotional memory and overcome physical symptoms, it is essential to seek professional advice.

Because of that, I am offering you my professional expertise to help you release traumatic experiences. I will provide a non-judgmental space, and together with an exceptional toolkit and your permission for the process, I will create the space to heal. This will bring back several emotions that will enable you to feel good about yourself, and create a feeling of safety. This process requires time to allow the healing to last a lifetime.

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