...it's powerful illustration of your body's ability to keep you safe.
It's proof of your strength and courage in the face of difficult circumstances.
Together we can connect with your body's strength to support your healing process so you can rediscover balance, pain free living, and peace of mind - no matter how long ago the trauma happened.
Through my years of working in trauma recovery, I've come to learn that when we are impacted by trauma, it does not only get stored in the brain as an unresolvable memory, it can be stored anywhere in the Mind/Body Complex including the physical body, the emotional and mental body, the energetic body, and the spiritual body.
Often it is a combination of several, or even all, of these layers.
This is often why people come to me for resolution when all other methods have failed. Our sessions can look across these layers and finally make the connections that other therapies and methods are not able to address.
Please give me a call for a free consultation if you are interested in learning more about how we can work together on your healing journey.
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Acupuncture and BodyTalk are Powerful Tools for Healing your Body and Your Life
Most sessions are a combination of working with specific aspects of the physical body
Learn more about BodyTalk on my website.
Below are some examples of sessions I've done with my patients.
I loved reading this quick list on ways to get unstuck! In my brain injury recovery process, depression has been, and sometimes still is, a factor I have to deal with regularly.
Depression is a common occurrence for anyone dealing with Trauma of some kind. Trauma can create shifts in brain chemistry and one key part of brain chemistry is the production and use of neurotransmitters, chemicals that have a direct effect on how we feel day to day and even moment to moment.
Interrupting this cycle of stuckness has been the second best tool (after acupuncture) I use to get me out of the depression cycle and into a better mental frame of mind.
My favorites from this list are: