Trauma and PTSD may be acquired in a myriad of different ways and are not confined to sudden, dramatic events.  Wounds may develop over time; and often those who have survived one or more traumatic events do not fully realize the cumulative impact on their lives and relationships.  PTSD has been described as a normal response to abnormal and damaging life events – often inflicted by other human beings.  

Types of Trauma:

Child or Adult Sexual Abuse / AssaultMolestation or Rape

Adultery Sexual Trauma / Harassment

AbandonmentIllness or Neglect

Loss and Violent TraumasAssault

Military Experiences Suicide

RobberyDeath of family member or friend

Injury or Illness of a loved one Witness to Violence

Accidents Natural Disaster

In addition to having a safe space for revealing the traumatic event, Ann uses a variety of evidence-based, safe methods that are tailored to the needs and expressed preferences of each client.  With such help, clients have learned to relax, experience their own strength and resilience, and reclaim their right to peace and happiness.