Hope for healing in any stage of the process of recovering from traumatic experiences.
An experienced trauma therapist can help you process the traumatic events you have experienced and heal the painful emotions which may affect you 1 year or 50 years after the event. We specialize in helping people recover from sexual violence, no matter when it was experienced, and all types of childhood trauma, including:
Physical or Emotional Neglect ("CEN")
Loss of a primary caregiver
Witnessing domestic violence
Nobody meeting your emotional needs
Feeling unwanted, unloved, unlovable, unworthy
If you think any of these descriptions sound familiar, let's talk! Often when people contact us for help they don't recognize their experiences as traumatic, and that's okay. We can talk about whether or not working together is a good fit before scheduling an appointment. We work with children, adolescents and adults.
We use talk therapy, parts work, somatic resourcing, expressive arts, movement, mindfulness, Brainspotting, art therapy, other integrative and holistic methods and The Daring Way™ and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy® to help you heal from traumatic experiences.
When trauma is resolved you may find that you no longer need to try to control people, relationships and your environment in order to feel safe. You can expect to feel more in control of your life, grounded and centered. Healing is possible! Contact us to get started!
Contact us for help with healing from childhood trauma. You can reach us by phone at (443) 320-4034 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Our intake coordinator will help you connect with the best therapist for your situation.
All of our clinicians are experienced in helping people who have experienced trauma. Sara Linnehan, LCSW-C works with children, adolescents and adults. TJ Matton, LCSW-C works with adolescents and adults. Mary Beth Naish, LCPC works with children and adolescents. Laura Reagan, LCSW-C works with adults.
Wondering if you may be affected by trauma? Here are some resources from Laura Reagan, LCSW-C that may help:
Check out Dr. Jonice Webb's website or read her book, "Running On Empty: Overcoming Childhood Emotional Neglect" to understand more about how your feelings may be connected to childhood experiences.