You have the innate ability to heal from trauma.

But you are not meant to do it alone.

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Welcome to

Trauma Transformation Therapy

In this safe space, your courage is acknowledged by taking this crucial step towards your personal healing. It may be your first attempt to recover from trauma or one in a long line of attempts to feel more whole and at peace.

Often, people do not realize how far-reaching trauma can be and how it impacts our nervous system, our sense of self, our lives, our relationships, and our communities. In fact, many people do not even recognize their struggles in life as being a result of trauma. The good news is that you do not have to suffer alone — trauma can be resolved.

You can heal. We can help.

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What is Trauma?

Basically, any event or experience that overwhelms one’s capacity to cope and that continues to be held in the body without the support and presence of an empathic and attuned person.

It is our internal experience, as a result of an overwhelming event, and not the event itself that may lead to someone becoming traumatized.

Trauma is the loss of connection to our own true self and to others. Thus, the healing of trauma is the reconnection to ourselves as well as to others and the re-establishment of our profound interdependence with all things.

Examples of traumatic types of events may include but are not limited to:

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  • any act of violence and/or abuse towards any person of a physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, financial, and/or neglectful nature
  • sexual assault or harassment
  • sudden loss
  • surgeries, medical procedures, medical conditions, chronic illness
  • falls, injuries, accidents
  • birth trauma, attachment disruptions/ruptures
  • natural disasters
  • war, moral injury, terrorism, displacement
  • bullying, racism, discrimination, colonization, oppression
  • intergenerational traumas
  • witnessing any event that overwhelmed your capacity to cope

We Can Help

With your informed consent, we can work together to resolve the imprints of trauma, which may include experiences and behaviours, such as, but not limited to: