TRAUMA

Over 50% of people experience trauma at least once in their life. 

 

Trauma can include a wide range of experiences including: physical or emotional abuse, bullying, injury, sexual violence, chronic negect, and life-threatening events. 

 

Trauma is often normalized particularly in the experiences of abuse, neglect, and bullying when we are children.  Many of us have grown up with trauma and have internalized it resulting in anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, difficulty regulating emotions, and self-sabotaging behaviors. 

 

Trauma can be very challenging because you store it in your mind and body and often develop very strong beliefs, unhealthy patterns and coping mechanisms that reinforce the trauma. Common examples include, a deeply held belief that you are "bad" or not good enough or are undeserving, confuse love with abuse which can lead to consistently getting into abusive relationships or being detached, overly suspicious, or insecure in your relationships. 

 

As someone who grew up with a wide array of trauma, from multiple sources, Coach Monique understands the consequences of trauma and the challenge to overcome it. She supports her clients with the same Brain-Science and Emotional Intelligence based tools, techniques, and solutions she used to heal herself. 

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WHAT DOES TRAUMA THERAPY LOOK LIKE?

"HEALING TRAUMA ISN'T ABOUT FORGETTING WHAT HAPPENED, IT'S ABOUT REFRAMING IT. AND OFTEN TIMES UNDERSTANDING THAT YOU WERE A VICTIM IN THAT CIRCUMSTANCE, BUT THAT DOESN'T MAKE YOU A VICTIM LONG TERM."

-COACH MONIQUE