PTSD and Trauma Therapy San Diego, CA
Do you feel like you are stuck in the past, constantly thinking about painful or distressing memories?
Trauma therapy can help you finally feel free from these negative feelings
Many people experience trauma at some point in their lives
There are multiple different types of trauma: emotional trauma, physical trauma, childhood trauma, and more. In fact, 70% of adults in the United States have experienced at least one traumatic event. It is important to note that “trauma” is a broad term, and what may have felt traumatic for one person might not have felt traumatic for another. “Trauma” can encompass so many different scenarios. Some examples of traumatic situations including witnessing a death, being in war combat, sexual abuse, losing a loved one, being in a serious accident, or even a break up! If it felt traumatic to you at the time and still ails you today, then it could be considered trauma.
Who is Trauma and PTSD Therapy For?
Trauma and PTSD therapy is for anyone that has experienced a past traumatic event that they would like to process and move forward from. Perhaps the trauma interferes with your daily life by leading to disturbed concentration and haunting thoughts about the past. But maybe that’s not the case, and you just feel sad and distressed any time that you think about the trauma. Either way, seeing a trauma and PTSD therapist could be incredibly useful to help you move forward in your life and leave the trauma behind. Some individuals experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), which is a condition in which a person has difficulty recovering after being involved in or witnessing a traumatic event. Here are some common PTSD symptoms that are associated with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder:
Trauma Therapy Can Help
Even if you have experienced trauma, the good news is that seeing a trauma therapist can help. I have utilized trauma therapy in a variety of treatment settings to successfully help clients heal from past trauma and move forward in their lives.
What Does a Trauma and PTSD Therapy Session Look Like?
Why Book a Trauma Therapy Session with Me?
In addition to the many different types of clients and treatment settings in which I have helped to overcome trauma, I also utilize mindfulness and breathing techniques that I have learned through my training as a Registered Yoga Teacher. This provides a unique blend of traditional “talk therapy” intertwined with relaxing strategies to help clients feel comfortable during and after session.
Are you ready to leave your trauma in the past and start moving forward?
Contact me to schedule a 15 minute phone consultation and see if Trauma Therapy in San Diego is right for you!
My Standard Rate is $200 Per Session (50 Minutes)
I do not accept insurance but I do offer Superbills that can be presented to insurance companies for reimbursement. Learn more about my rates and insurance.
You may have some questions about seeing a trauma therapist...
Can trauma therapy be harmful or dangerous?
I don’t know if I have experienced trauma... do I need trauma therapy?
How do I prepare for a trauma therapy session?
You do not need to do anything to prepare! Just show up and I’ll talk the lead from there. I will guide you through a series of questions to get to know you and understand your reasons for seeking therapy, as well as the goals that you would like to accomplish in therapy. There is no specific order or sequence of events that needs to take place in therapy for trauma. We will discuss the trauma when you are ready, and I will be with you every step of the way.
Will I have to relive my trauma in session in order to fully heal?
Will trauma counseling and therapy work for me?
Though you will never truly know if trauma counseling and therapy will work for you without trying it, many clients have shared that it was incredibly helpful just to have a non-judgmental presence to listen to them and validate their concerns and struggles. If you aren’t satisfied with the way that things are going in your life right now and you feel that past trauma may play a part in that, then it absolutely doesn’t hurt to try seeing a trauma therapist and work towards improving your life and overall happiness levels.
What is the best therapy for PTSD?
Symptoms Related to Trauma
Mindfulness Therapy Practices
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
PTSD and Trauma Therapy in San Diego, CA
If you’re ready to overcome your trauma and learn more about my PTSD and trauma therapy services, please use the button above or call (619) 800-5393 for a free 15 minute phone consultation.
EMDR, Eating Disorders, Anxiety
5330 Carroll Canyon Rd Suite 120,
San Diego, CA 92121