Trauma and Anxiety Therapist
Feeling exhausted? Does you feel like life’s wheels are constantly spinning without progress. Does your day suddenly get interupted by traumatic memories? You might be dealing with low motivation, a sense of defeat, and constant irritability. It’s tough because it feels like no one knows how to help you or provide the support you need. Disappointment has become familiar, leaving you isolated and desperate for relief.
Maybe you’ve tried therapy before, hoping to make progress with your complex trauma, but previous therapists couldn’t help. Or maybe this is your first time seeking a therapist, and you’re not sure where to start.
Meet Autumn, a Trauma and Anxiety therapist specializing in women’s issues. Autumn employs EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Flash EMDR, and Brainspotting modalities. Her focus is on treating anxiety, depression, childhood trauma, and PTSD. Autumn is not only passionate about her work but also dedicated to empowering women to leverage their strengths, enabling them to attain balanced and fulfilling lives.
A Comprehensive Approach to Healing
Through her integrative and collaborative approach, Autumn fosters profound connections with her clients, relieving their stress and other symptoms. They express feeling truly seen and validated. Autumn equips her clients with a robust toolbox and collaborates closely with their medication managing prescribers. This approach provides hope and satisfaction, allowing clients to carry these tools into their lives with confidence.
Looking to book with Autumn or another therapist specializing in anxiety, trauma or women’s issues? Click here: https://brightspottherapy.com/schedule-online/
LOOKING FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TRAUMA, ANXIETY, OR WOMEN’S ISSUES? Click below:
-Does Trauma Therapy Help? Finding a Trauma Therapist Near Me. – https://brightspottherapy.com/does-trauma-therapy-help-how-do-i-find-a-trauma-therapist-near-me/
-Recognizing and Treating Childhood Trauma and Stress. – https://www.samhsa.gov/child-trauma/recognizing-and-treating-child-traumatic-stress
-Women are Twice as Likely to Develop PTSD. Here’s Why. – https://www.apa.org/topics/women-girls/women-trauma