Trauma Recovery is Possible
Healing begins here.
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Trauma holds us back when we don’t know how to move forward. We often hear comments like, “move on,” or “just let go,” but how?
I am here to help you move through the emotional roadblocks - which are traumatic experiences that are blocking your way to find your true self. Growing up in a narcissistic, psychopathic, alcoholic, or toxic household can cause many different trauma responses that hinder your self worth, your sense of self, self motivation, passions, other relationships, your overall health and well-being, and many other areas of life.
Intergenerational trauma can be passed down from generation to generation through parents, who don’t heal their own past traumas and continue to parent the way their parents parented them. It is a devastating cycle that has to be broken in order to heal and find peace.
The many years of the familial abuse cycle will continue to cycle until we take a stand and say, “It stops with me!”
Chemistry is often just Familiarity.
Adults who have been abused by family members can be led to find abusive significant others. The traits of the abusive significant other in our lives feel similar to what we grew up with, so that makes us more vulnerable and unaware of the toxic traits during the early months to years. You may feel stuck and unaware how to get yourself out of the toxic situation.
There are many individuals who have not been abused by their parents and family members that end up in toxic relationships. The reason why this happens can vary for many different reasons: Being bullied throughout school could lead to low self esteem and self worth, which could cause a person to be an easy target for love bombing or the manipulative and abusive person could have targeted the individual because they were a challenge to break, they sought out a very sensitive or highly empathic person, or the toxic person was just very, very charming until their true self was revealed.
Focusing on your own recovery can stop the cycle of abuse for you and your family or future family.
You deserve to heal and gain your freedom!
How Does Coaching Work?
Coaching is not therapy. Unlike therapy that continuously focuses on the past, coaching focuses on how you are currently and where you want to be in the future. Focusing on the present and future is beneficial to individuals, who want to get through their trauma and emotional roadblocks. Setting goals for self improvement and having required accountability makes sure that individuals can move forward without having constant reminders of their past.
We do discuss the past in coaching when necessary. Discussing the past in early sessions is important so we have an understanding of what you’ve been through, your emotional roadblocks, trauma, and issues in your life.
Our overall goal is to improve your life by using tools to create boundaries, healthy coping skills, and unlearning unwanted behaviors.
Coaching represents lifestyle and behavioral changes that are needed to create a healthy, happy, and successful life.
How Do I Know Coaching is for Me?
If you are struggling with, or have experienced abuse of any kind in your past, a narcissistic, psychopathic, alcoholic, or toxic person in your life, whether it is a parent, family member, friend, boss, coworker, partner, ex, and/or spouse, trauma recovery coaching may be for you.
As a Certified Coach, my coaching models primarily focus on identifying and working through:
Abuse (Mental, Emotional, Physical, Sexual, Financial, Spiritual, and Neglect)
Creating healthy coping mechanisms.
Deconstructing and addressing mental and emotional blocks.
Transforming unhealthy behaviors into healthy behaviors.
Resistance to change
Establishing healthy eating habits and building a healthy relationship with food.
Weight loss and weight management.
Understanding your true self.
Striving to enhance quality of life.
Finding your life purpose.