Trauma, Vulnerability, and Shame
Creating lasting change
Pain, self-doubt, and feelings of inadequacy are very common when a client has experienced intense shame, core wounds, or complex trauma. Clients who have experienced trauma often struggle to maintain lasting relationships; have difficulty trusting others or trust too quickly; or use unhelpful coping methods such as addictive behaviors. This can impact a sense of worth and the belief in one's own ability to experience a meaningful life. I use a number of modalities, such as Brainspotting, DBT, and Internal Family Systems, to help build resiliency and shift core beliefs from "I'm not enough" to "I'm capable of finding love and belonging." As a Certified Brainspotting Practitioner, this is one of the primary modes that I use to help clients heal. Please contact me if you are interested in learning more about healing trauma and core wounds.