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It’s not your fault that someone hurt you, and it’s not your fault that something bad happened to you that has changed your life and the way you view the world. You may feel like you are alone, not sure whom to talk to, and may even be doubting that you can feel better.


You may feel as though you have lost everything; you feel empty, confused, scared, and unsure of how to begin to process and heal.

It’s okay; you don’t need to have all the answers, but you can begin to heal, and your life does not need to be consumed by what has happened. You will heal, and I can help.

Some major traumatic events can include:

  1. Emotional, physical, and sexual abuse

  2. Sudden death or suicide of a loved one

  3. Being a victim or witnessing violence

  4. Major car accidents

  5. Medical diagnosis or surgery

  6. Natural disasters

  7. Experiencing terrorism 

Some chronic and complex traumatic experiences can include but are not limited to: 

  • Growing up with emotionally unavailable parents

  • Having a parent or caregiver with an undiagnosed mental illness

  • Experiencing parent's divorce

  • Constantly moving 

  • Death of a loved one(s)

  • Being bullied or cyberbullied

  • Having an undiagnosed chronic illness

  • having undiagnosed mental illness while growing up

  • having undiagnosed ADHD or autism while growing up

  • Loss of a loved one or pet

How we can help:

At Serein, Counseling Therapists are trauma-informed and trained to help you process trauma and restore safety in your body and your environment.  Serein Counseling is a Polyvagal and neurobiological informed and trained practice. We help resolve mental health trauma through the following: 

  1. Attachment informed therapy

  2. Neurobiological approaches to therapy

  3. Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR)

  4. Internal Family Systems Therapy

  5. Somatic Psychotherapy

  6. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Trauma sessions include:

  • Giving you space to be present and open

  • Learning about the role of attachment in trauma and stress

  • Helping you build awareness of your body and nervous system response to trauma and stress

  • Learning about the physiological and psychological effects of trauma

  • Helping you regulate emotions 

  • Mindfulness practices and contacting the present moment for dissociation

  • Reestablishing safety in your physical body and space

  • Helping you ground yourself and reduce dissociation, panic, and stress responses

  • Helping you set boundaries with family, friends, and loved ones to have healthier connections

  • Reprocessing memories to reach a resolution

Trauma: Service
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