Category Archives: Trauma

The Body as an Emotional Barometer

How often have I heard a new client say to me something like, “I don’t know. All of the sudden I felt this wave of panic and my heart started racing, I felt dizzy, and I felt like I was … Continue reading

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Personal Growth is Not a Linear Process.

My experience, both personally and professionally, has shown me that it is a “combing through” of tangles in our lives that leads to lasting change. We often desire an easier and less painful process, but when we are really in … Continue reading

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Is it “anxiety” or am I just stressed out?

I’m not a big fan of labels, but I’ve found that it does help to think about categories of symptoms and feelings to help you determine when and if to seek outside help.   In truth, I don’t subscribe to the … Continue reading

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