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When looking for a trauma therapist, people often want to process their trauma and learn how to manage the impact of their trauma in various areas of life. The following is a brief list of reasons that people inquire about trauma therapy:

Ancestral trauma

Birth trauma


Community violence

Emotional abuse

Familial trauma

Financial insecurity

Grief and loss

Gun violence

Human trafficking

Identity persecution



Intimate partner violence

Medical trauma

Military trauma

Natural disasters


Parental separation

Physical abuse


Refugee trauma

Relational trauma

Religious and cult trauma

Sexual abuse

Social/political trauma


Signs of progress during trauma therapy could include:

Better sleep

Decreased dissociation

Improved appetite

Improved communication

Increased concentration

Feeling more present

Fewer flashbacks

Fewer irritable days

Higher energy

Mood regulation

Positive mindset

Strengthened relationships

Reduced avoidance of triggers

Reduced substance use

Reduction of pain


Getting Started

15 minute phone or video consultations are offered for clients interested in starting therapy. Reach out to Natalie below to request a consultation or book your first session directly through her portal.

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