I understand the intricate connection between trauma and addiction, recognizing that these experiences often intertwine, complicating the path to recovery.
It is my goal to guide you towards a journey of recovery, providing compassionate support for those seeking to break free from the cycle of trauma and addiction.
My trauma-informed approach emphasizes a safe and nurturing environment, where you can explore the root causes of your challenges without judgment.
I believe in the transformative power of addressing both trauma and addiction concurrently, offering holistic and personalized therapeutic interventions to promote lasting recovery.
I am committed to empowering you with the tools that you need to overcome the impact of trauma and break free from addictive patterns.
Through evidence-based practices, empathy, and a strengths-focused approach, I guide my clients towards renewed resilience and a brighter, healthier future.
Let me be of service to you on your recovery path;
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What is anxiety, and how do I know if I have it?Anxiety is a natural response to stress, but when it becomes excessive and persistent, it may indicate an anxiety disorder. Common signs include excessive worry, restlessness, difficulty concentrating, and physical symptoms like increased heart rate.
How can counselling help with anxiety?Counselling provides a safe and supportive space to explore the root causes of anxiety. Therapists use various techniques to help individuals understand and manage their anxiety, develop coping strategies, and build resilience.
What types of anxiety disorders can counselling address?Counselling is effective for various anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety, panic disorder, and specific phobias. Therapists tailor their approach to the specific needs of each individual.
How long does it take to see results from counseling for anxiety?The duration varies for each person. Some individuals may experience improvement in a few sessions, while others may require longer-term therapy. Consistency and active participation in the therapeutic process contribute to positive outcomes.
What can I expect in a counselling session for anxiety?Counselling sessions typically involve discussions about thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related to anxiety. Therapists may use various therapeutic approaches, such as hypnotherapy or mindfulness techniques, to help clients manage their anxiety.