Therapy for Trauma

Sunlight through trees as a metaphor for hope after trauma.

The Path to Healing Starts Here.

Maybe it happened when you were a child. Maybe it was just yesterday. Perhaps it’s pulling your life apart, or perhaps you’ve been bottling it up, not wanting to burden others. Whatever it was, you don’t have to be trapped by your trauma forever, and therapy can help.

Get compassionate healthcare that takes you seriously. Move beyond fear, guilt, panic attacks, and nightmares. Just by reaching out for help, you’ve already taken the first step to getting better.

How Can Therapy Help With Trauma?

Find support, empathy and compassion.

Reduce panic attacks, flashbacks and triggers.

Build relationships that heal and strengthen you.

Sleep peacefully through the night.

Overcome fear, guilt and shame.

Gain confidence and love who you are!

Types of Therapy for Trauma

Trauma-Informed Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Improve your coping skills and minimize triggers. Trauma-informed CBT emphasizes safety, your personal strengths, and taking your feelings seriously.

Self-compassion, Mindfulness and DBT Skills
Do your emotions spiral out of control fast? Do you struggle with relationships, or feeling terrible about yourself? This compassionate approach helps you find emotional balance and happiness with who you are, as well as your ability to connect with other people.

Intersectional and Feminist Therapy
Do you encounter racism, sexism, or other forms of prejudice? Has the system let you down? Your frustrations are real. Here, you can speak your truth, find support, and explore ways to make a difference in the world.

Therapy for Religious Trauma
More than one in three Americans changes their religious identity at some point, and this process can be emotionally and socially painful. You may feel confused, isolated, betrayed, or unsure of what to do next. Get counseling that respects your decisions while helping you make sense of your experiences.

Kara Nassour, therapist for trauma
Kara Nassour, therapist

Your Past Does Not Define You. Let’s Move Forward Together.