Trauma

The term trauma can be confusing to some people.  The definition of trauma includes "Big T" trauma which are major life events and "Little T" trauma that are accumulative over time.  Both types of trauma can have a negative impact on your life.


“Big T” Trauma Includes:

  • Death of a loved one

  • Major illness or injury

  • Emotional, physical or sexual abuse

  • Relationship betrayal

  • Abandonment

  • Violent crime

  • Combat

  • Natural disasters


“Little T” Trauma Includes:

  • Neglect by a caregiver

  • Separation from a caregiver

  • Being bullied

  • Being humiliated by family members or friends

  • Being ignored

  • Being told that you are “not good enough”


Unresolved traumatic memories can be activated by current events in life, which can intensify levels of disturbance and interfere with relationships and enjoyment of life.  If you would like to free yourself of this emotional disturbance attached to traumatic memories, please contact me at 805-390-8180 to discuss your options.  I have been effectively helping people release themselves from the negative impact of trauma since 2011, and would like to help you get relief from these debilitating emotions.

 

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