Most people experience trauma, anxiety and/or depression at some point in their lives. Sometimes the origin of the trauma is in childhood and sometimes it relates more to experiences based in the present. If incidents of trauma or abuse are untreated, people can develop symptoms of anxiety, depression, or even Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Often symptoms and ailments develop in the body as well. I have specialized in the treatment of trauma for more than 20 years. Within a safe therapeutic space, I carefully guide my clients through the process of sharing their stories, acknowledging their emotions and feelings, recognizing the impact of the experiences, and reclaiming their lives. Building on time-honored practices like mindfulness, self-care, and appropriate boundary setting, I also help my clients learn to change their perspectives on the anxious/depressing thoughts and beliefs that can sometimes torment or isolate them. Using a blend of supportive listening, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Dialectical Behavior Therapy, movement, and writing, clients gain a sense of mastery of their lives and their experiences; helping them to move forward in their lives with vitality and resilience.