Expert Trauma Solutions Online for Young Adults


 “You may carry trauma that manifests in diverse ways until it is faced and processed with help.” Bessel van der Kolk

You’ve experienced a terrible event in  your life.  Intrusive thoughts loop in mind.  You try to forget about it and move on, but it won’t go away.  Perhaps someone did something to you or perhaps you’ve lost someone close to you.  You have nightmares, you can’t stop thinking about it and it gets in the way of your life.  You want help, but talking about it seems to make it worse. Looking for a way to resolve trauma using a mind, body, spirit approach, mindful nourishment and a simple coping tools?
EMDR could help you move forward and live your life.

Help for unresolved trauma

Trauma Signs

Fear, overwhelm, ruminations

Intrusive repetitive thoughts, tension

Sleep disturbances from mind looping

Lack of focus and restlessness


Mind Body Spirit

If the mind is stuck in a never ending loop of repetitive thoughts…….

MUST COORDINATE 1) Central nervous system (brain and spinal cord) with 2) peripheral nervous system (flight or flight response, heart rate and respiratory system)

I use proven techniques to stop the loop and balance the mental body and nervous system

Use simple protocols to balance your serotonin and cortisol

Uses coaching skills


I can help you or your child:

Cope with having roommates

Anxiety about leaving home

Adjusting to new social situations and finding friends

Relationship dynamics and decisions

Isolation and addiction issues

Struggle to balance homework, job and other parts of life

Low self-esteem and depression 

Stress in a new job from boss, coworkers or customers

Diet and eating related issues away from home

Sexuality and relationships




  • Self-inquiry and the importance of a “true life narrative”
  • Finding the strength and courage to persevere after a traumatic experience or event
  • Cultivating quiet compassion for oneself
  • Practical strategies for dealing with traumatic triggers
  • Finding safety in the present moment
  • Separating our grief from other emotions so we can fully feel and resolve it
The result is improved sleep, sharper mental clarity, more energy throughout the day, and healthier relationships.

Our first session determines if there is a good match between us. We explore what is happening for you and if I can be of help. If we decide to work together, we will find the way that works the best for you. I will work with you to create safety so that you can process your trauma and heal.  

EMDR is a state of the art tool to help you get relief from unresolved trauma

What you are doing with EMDR is moving your eyes side-to-side while you are thinking about a negative stressful situation related to your trauma. Doing these eye movements seems to discharge the negative energy that a person has attached to the thoughts. If you have a memory that you’d like to process through EMDR, I am trained to help you resolve it.  I will work with you to create safety so that you can process your trauma and heal.  If you’d like to find out more about EMDR and trauma therapy, call. 
In a study comparing EMDR with Prozac, the researchers found that the group on Prozac did slightly better than a control group that received a sugar pill. With the placebo group about 30-42 percent showed improvement. The Prozac group had 35-57 percent showing improvement. With EMDR, the patients didn’t just improve. The researchers found eight months after the EMDR treatments stopped that 60% of the patients were completely cured while only 1 in 10 of the Prozac patients were  cured. Also, please note the patient’s taking Prozac could only maintain their improvement by continuing to take Prozac. The researchers also found that EMDR worked best on traumatic events that occured when the patient was an adult. Both EMDR and Prozac were quite a bit less effective for childhood trauma.
For individuals who are experiencing military related PTSD, the researchers found that 12 EMDR sessions were needed to assist the patients in healing. EMDR is an approved treatement by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Reported from book, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the healing of Trauma by Bessel van der Kolk
I use tools like body-focused techniques, guided chakra meditation, vibrational repatterning, archetypal imagery and breath brings deep relaxation and help you connect to yourself thought reflection and contemplation.
Mindful nourishment therapy addresses diet, exercise and supplementation that may support the brain in recovering from trauma.
Committing to work on unresolved trauma takes courage. Often we overlook the role that food plays in anxious thoughts, moods and bodily discomforts.


Try this for a week:

Go on a protein diet for 7 days which can help with withdrawal from inflammation that can cause a decrease in serotonin and other neurotransmitters that help us feel good. Small amounts of protein (palm size plus) up to six times a day (every 4 hours) and a root vegetable such as sweet potatoe cooked with butter or olive oil can help to sustain the bodies natural energies. Sugar is one of those parts of our diet that can cause inflammation.