Sometimes in life we experience traumatic events that overwhelm our ability to cope. Growing up in an abusive household, surviving sexual assault, or witnessing a violent crime are some examples of extreme and traumatic stressors.  Trauma can make a person feel unsafe and distrustful, cause them to question deeply held beliefs, and prevent them from embracing the life they want to live.  If you have experienced trauma, counseling can help.

It is never too late to seek professional help for trauma; no matter your age or how long it has been since the traumatic event.  I will provide you a stable, safe environment to process and make sense of what has happened to you.  You will learn tools to manage your distress and gain new ways of thinking about yourself, others, and the world.  Together we will work towards a place of healing and growth.  You do not have to live a life haunted by trauma or the past.  


  • Developmental Traumas - Childhood Abuse, Neglect, or Abandonment

  • Interpersonal Violence - Physical and Sexual Assault

  • War and Combat Related Trauma

  • Traumatic Loss and Grief Related to Suicide, Homicide, or Sudden Death

  • Life-Threatening Medical Procedures or Surgeries

  • Motor Vehicle Accidents

  • Natural Disasters

  • Vicarious and Secondary Trauma