top of page


Trauma can wreak havoc on your life and can be an overwhelming daily struggle. Negative thoughts and feelings often get “stuck” in your mind, creating an endless cycle of pain that you relive again and again. But you don’t have to feel that way anymore.


There is hope. I can help.

how trauma affects relationships

The damaging effects of distress and psychological trauma can take on many forms. Anxiety, fear, and hopelessness are just a few of the emotions that can linger from just one isolated traumatic event to repeated experiences of physical, emotion, or psychological abuse. These negative emotions can reverberate throughout daily life, undermining the relationships we cultivate with others. But with the right therapy, we can help you overcome this trauma and improve your quality of life.


We can help end the suffering and get you on the road to mental wellness.

Thinking Man on Couch

Relationships After Trauma

Trauma can take over your life and become a seemingly inescapable burden. You may have trouble sleeping and feel anxious for a good portion of your day, causing depression to creep in, making daily life more difficult. You might also have feelings of guilt or shame for the trauma you struggle with. All of these overwhelming emotions can prevent you from having meaningful relationships. But, we can work together to lessen the impact of your trauma and improve your overall quality of life.

We use proven techniques that have been extensively researched to effectively treat those who have symptoms associated with:

  • Sexual assault

  • Severe anxiety and depression

  • Coping with extraordinary events like the loss of a loved one or being in a terrifying accidents where you could have lost your life

  • Loss of a loved one

  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Our techniques for working through trauma have helped sexual assault survivors, mass shooting survivors, individuals working through near fatal accidents, and many others. You don’t have to live with the pain any longer. Contact us today and get on the road to mental wellness.

bottom of page