Suffering emotionally and psychologically following a traumatic event?

Are you:


Trauma Counsellng

You may have been the object of stressful life events, such as:  car accident, childhood abuse and neglect, crime, fire, natural disasters, death of a loved one and physical or psychological violence.

However, less stressful events such as workplace harassment, the ending of a relationship or the death of a pet, can also lead to or re-trigger unresolved trauma.

We know from a lot of research and our own experiences that when we endure trauma, we often lose a sense of safety, well-being and joy.


Trauma is not a life sentence!

Healing the emotional and physiological impact of unresolved trauma is possible.


Through my multi-model approach to trauma therapy, you can experience:


My approach

My overall counselling style is gentle and effective. Prior to re-processing traumatic memories I believe that it is key to helping you to expand your capacity to feel safe, to access your inner strengths and resources.

Through my multi-model approach I have helped many clients to regain their sense of well-being. To help you deal with unresolved trauma I combine four different approaches (see description below) and can design a unique and individualized treatment approach that fully responds to your specific needs:


Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

SP recognizes the importance of working through the body to resolve trauma.   This comprehensive methodology works with the nervous system, the body, emotions and limiting beliefs to heal trauma. 


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

EMDR is an effective and powerful approach that draws from both behavioral and cognitive models.  This method uses alternating stimuli (eye movement, sound or tapping) to reduce emotional distress and negative thinking linked to specific events or people. Research shows that EMDR is an effective approach to treat trauma.


Internal Family Systems (IFS)

IFS is a “parts model”, it works with the multiplicity of the mind (inner-parts) and the Self (higher Self). IFS focuses on helping the client access their higher Self and integrate all inner-parts, especially those holding the trauma. This approach to trauma therapy is gentle and user friendly.


Lifespan Integration (LI)

This model combines neuroscience, active imagination and visual timeline of memories to help integrate the traumatic memory and bring healing.

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