Trauma Recovery Coaching consists of helping functioning (even partially) individuals set and achieve goals, overcome obstacles, and maintain motivation while trying to move past trauma that they have suffered as a child or adult. It’s for anybody that has suffered a traumatic event and sometimes finds themselves stuck emotionally in a place that prevents them from being progressive in their personal or professional life. It can work in tandem with therapy or work once someone has been through therapy already. When traumatic events take place, we must acknowledge it and all of the events surrounding it, learn from it, then move past it in pursuit of a higher quality of life.
When trauma happens, you do not have to deal with it by yourself. Trying to get past it, sort out your feelings and establish a path forward can be complex. Trauma Recovery Coaching can be the objective assistant that cheers and guides you through the pain and complexity of trauma to capture the best in life. If any of this is something that you desire and are
DO YOU WANT TO…
Learn, establish, and enforce personal boundaries.
Anxiety alleviation through empowerment
Establish personal and professional goals.
Examine self exploration and reach goals.
Finally break free from your past trauma.
Identify emotional road blocks.
Learn to focus and live in the moment.
Learn to present yourself the way that you would like others to see you, the way that you want to be seen.
Goals and aspirations beyond trauma
- Trauma Survivor & Recovery Coach
- Author of A Child’s Memories of Cartoons & Murder
- Child/Youth Advocate
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