What is Sexual Abuse and Trauma Recovery?

If you have experienced
  • sexual abuse
  • trauma
  • abuse of any kind (sexual, emotional, physical, spiritual, verbal)
  • natural disasters
  • horrible accident
  • a violent attack
  • war veteran
  • death of a loved one
  • the end of a relationship, and/or
  • witnessed a trauma, (e.g., living in a crime-ridden neighborhood)

The emotional, psychological, and physical effects of trauma can alter numerous aspects of daily life ultimately losing a sense of safety with the people and places around you, feeling vulnerable and “always on guard,” or out of control and losing faith in mankind and yourself.

It is possible that the trauma continues affecting all or some part of your personal, and/or professional life by diminishing its quality and potential; even if the actual traumatic event occurred a long time ago.

We provide a safe environment that is caring, compassionate, and supportive. Our comfortable surroundings will provide the backdrop in learning new skills to help manage symptoms and reclaim your power from:
  • nightmares
  • flashbacks
  • anxiety
  • depression
  • addictions
  • difficulty concentrating
  • daydreaming
  • trust issues
  • dissociation
  • self-injury
  • body memories and
  • heightened sense of awareness (hypervigilance)

Trauma Groups: No groups are being held at this time.

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