“The Beat Up,” “The Bitch,” “The Character Assassinator,” and “The Mercenary” are all names my clients have given to their Inner Critics. You can tell
As a somatic therapist with 20 years of experience helping individuals heal from all forms of trauma, I want to share the power of resourcing
In our modern era of constant distractions and technological advancements, it has become increasingly important to reclaim our sense of embodiment. Being embodied means fully inhabiting our physical bodies and cultivating a deep connection with ourselves and the present moment.
As a somatic therapist, I’ve witnessed firsthand how social isolation can make the journey to healing from trauma more challenging. The truth is, we are
Trauma can have a profound impact on our thoughts, emotions, and overall well-being. It often creates a breeding ground for self-critical thinking patterns.
Have you ever felt your heart race and pound so hard you thought it might burst out of your chest? Or experienced that tightness in your chest that makes it difficult to breathe? These physical symptoms often accompany anxiety, a common mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide.