Trauma

Shame. Guilt. Never Good Enough.

Living in your mind and body can feel like a constant battle with an invisible enemy. 

It can be so painful to feel all of the hurt that has happened in your childhood. 

Thoughts of mistrust and fears of abandonment creep into your mind day after day, always waiting for the other shoe to drop.

These are all common responses as a result of childhood trauma which include but are not limited to; emotional/physical neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse and verbal abuse. 

You're not alone if you've tried to push away the memories and tell yourself that it doesn't bother you anymore.

If the effects of childhood trauma are suppressed, left untreated, or worse - numbed out with substances and toxic relationships, it can have a devastating impact on your self-esteem, relationships with loved ones, and physical health. 

It’s important for you to know, what you are experiencing is a normal reaction to abnormal circumstances.

The truth though is that if you take the right action, then you can find the path to healing that lets you enjoy life each day.

'That happened so long ago, why do I still feel in pain?'

Trauma changes our brain.

Research has shown that trauma impacts the areas of the brain that are activated in stressful situations;(the amygdala), cortisol levels, and can damage our memory (hippocampus).

Although we cannot go back in time to the past and change what has occurred, we can start today to change the narrative of how you want to live your life now. 

We will begin by grieving intangible losses (i.e., trust, safety, a childhood) that have significantly impacted your life.

We will teach you skills and help you implement them in order for you to effectively manage and recover from emotional flashbacks, toxic shame, and relationship issues.

We're Here to Help

Telling your story and working with a therapist to find effective ways to cope, manage and overcome are key to healing and creating a better future.

We'll go at your pace, with no need to rush through anything.

We're aiming for life-long lasting results, nothing that works like this can be forced or pressured.

Change is possible.

You'll be readily equipped to deal with tough situations and triggering events. From learning how to love, honor and respect yourself, you notice how other's treat you how you want to be treated.

Through a combination of skill-building, story telling, forgiveness and acceptance, you'll find lasting peace that is so worth it.

A new story.

If you’re ready to fully embrace yourself, write a new story and make the changes you want to see in your life, it's time to get started.

Reaching out can be really scary, we totally get that. And reaching out gets you one step closer to opening up to possibilities you never imagined before.

We're looking forward to helping you make it happen.

Click below to schedule a consultation or call directly at (323) 641-4535

REACH OUT TODAY

Shame. Guilt. Never Good Enough.

Living in your mind and body can feel like a constant battle with an invisible enemy. 

It can be so painful to feel all of the hurt that has happened in your childhood. 

Thoughts of mistrust and fears of abandonment creep into your mind day after day, always waiting for the other shoe to drop.

These are all common responses as a result of childhood trauma which include but are not limited to; emotional/physical neglect, physical abuse, sexual abuse and verbal abuse. 

You're not alone if you've tried to push away the memories and tell yourself that it doesn't bother you anymore.

If the effects of childhood trauma are suppressed, left untreated, or worse - numbed out with substances and toxic relationships, it can have a devastating impact on your self-esteem, relationships with loved ones, and physical health. 

It’s important for you to know, what you are experiencing is a normal reaction to abnormal circumstances.

The truth though is that if you take the right action, then you can find the path to healing that lets you enjoy life each day. Healing and growth are within reach.

'That happened so long ago, why do I still feel in pain?'

Trauma changes our brain.

Research has shown that trauma impacts the areas of the brain that are activated in stressful situations;(the amygdala), cortisol levels, and can damage our memory (hippocampus).

Although we cannot go back in time to the past and change what has occurred, we can start today to change the narrative of how you want to live your life now. 

We will begin by grieving intangible losses (i.e., trust, safety, a childhood) that have significantly impacted your life.

We will teach you skills and help you implement them in order for you to effectively manage and recover from emotional flashbacks, toxic shame, and relationship issues.

We're Here to Help

Telling your story and working with a therapist to find effective ways to cope, manage and overcome are key to healing and creating a better future.

We'll go at your pace, with no need to rush through anything.

We're aiming for life-long lasting results, nothing that works like this can be forced or pressured.

Change is possible.

You'll be readily equipped to deal with tough situations and triggering events. From learning how to love, honor and respect yourself, you notice how others treat you and how you want to be treated.

Through a combination of skill-building, story telling, forgiveness and acceptance, you'll find lasting peace that is so worth it.

A new story.

If you’re ready to fully embrace yourself, write a new story and make the changes you want to see in your life, it's time to get started.

Reaching out can be really scary, we totally get that. And reaching out gets you one step closer to opening up to possibilities you never imagined before.

We're looking forward to helping you make it happen.

Click below to schedule a consultation or call directly at (323) 641-4535

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RESILIENT HEART THERAPY

California

Phone: (323) 641 4535

Email: info@resilienthearttherapy.com