Psychological and Emotional Trauma

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"Most people have experienced some type of trauma in their lives. We have all heard about horrific tales of abuse and tragedy, but these are not the only types of trauma. Other events that to an outside observer may appear harmless or "normal", can also be traumatic. These experiences help shape our beliefs about the world and ourselves. When we are able to reprocess traumatic experiences, we are able to see ourselves and the world around us more clearly. Helping others move forward and reclaim their lives from trauma is a true honor.
Trauma Symptoms
The following is a list of common symptoms associated with trauma. This list is not exhaustive and is not intended for self-diagnosing.
Feeling unsafe
Hyperarousal & feeling on edge
Intrusive memories & thoughts
Loss of interest in pleasurable things
Avoiding activities, situations or people
Self-medicating with drugs / alcohol
Sleep issues & tiredness
Trouble concentrating
Anxiety & panic attacks
Negative self-beliefs and thoughts
No two people"s experiences are exactly alike. You may only have a handful of these symptoms, or you may have symptoms not listed here. No matter your symptoms, if they are affecting your quality of life then please contact us for a free phone consultation."

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