Building Resilience:

Healing from Childhood Trauma

Breaking Free From Childhood Trauma and Family Drama

Alright, buckle up because we’re about to dive deep into the dark abyss of childhood wounding. I’m talking about those lingering shadows from your past that have screwed with your emotions, messed up your relationships, and left you feeling perpetually restless. It’s time to face the music, my friend.
If any of these struggles strike a nerve, chances are you’re toting around some unresolved childhood trauma baggage:

This is a safe haven for some serious soul-searching

In our therapy sessions, I’m here to provide a secure space for your inner journey. We’ll dig deep into your family dynamics, unpacking old wounds and the bullsh*t burdens carried by different parts of yourself. Through this fearless exploration, we’ll pave the way to healing.

No more shallow insights - it's time for real change

You’ve probably had your fair share of therapy sessions where you gained a nugget of insight and then got stuck in a never-ending loop. Well, no more of that crap. Our collaboration is all about going deeper, peeling back those layers to uncover the root of your trauma. And from there, we’ll spark some serious transformation.

I'm the real deal - authentic and empathetic AF

I bring authenticity and empathy to our counseling sessions. This is a judgment-free zone where you can let it all out, knowing that I’ll understand, respect, and support you through it all. We’re in this together, on a mission for your healing.
Together, we’ll dig into how your childhood trauma has been poisoning your relationships. We’ll develop strategies to overcome communication roadblocks, build trust, and set those kickass boundaries that have been sorely missing from your life. It’s time for you to have healthier, more fulfilling connections with others.
Ready to hop on this wild therapy ride? Let’s get to work!

“As traumatized children, we always dreamed that someone would come and save us. We never dreamed that it would, in fact, be ourselves as adults.”

– Alice Little