Healing From Trauma

Trauma not only impacts your own life it effects the lives of those around you. It influences: relationships, how you navigate conflict, how you problem solve and how you interact with the world. For these reasons it is important that you find healing from trauma. It is difficult to be the catalyst of change, to find your courage, to find your voice. Wellbeing and peace will never be ours if we do not pursue healing.

Healing From Trauma

Trauma not only impacts your own life it effects the lives of those around you. It influences: relationships, how you navigate conflict, how you problem solve and how you interact with the world. For these reasons it is important that you find healing from trauma. It is difficult to be the catalyst of change, to find your courage, to find your voice. Wellbeing and peace will never be ours if we do not pursue healing.

Dissociative Disorder: 8 Common Signs

We have all attempted to block out unpleasant feelings, memories, or images from our mind. However, repetitively blocking out an unpleasant memory or distressing thoughts can result in the development of dissociative disorders. Dissociative disorders have been positively correlated to sexual abuse/assault, repeated exposure to a traumatic event, perception of threat, or childhood trauma. Psych Central Dr Tarra Bates-Duford

Tuesday Talks: Trauma and Survival with Lisa Hunt-Wotton

One of the most difficult things for trauma survivors is to find words for their experiences. For many the story is never told. Shame and fear keep us locked in silence.

The House on Horror Hill – Trigger Warning

Often part of us, the child part of us remains in that place. This is why for so many it is so difficult to go back, to even contemplate reliving, rethinking what happened. To re-visit the pain, the trauma, that time of horror is almost incomprehensible. However, for healing to begin we need to help that child move out of that place of unfair responsibility and confusion. Lisa Hunt-Wotton