Historical Trauma

The trauma of experiences such as war, slavery, or genocide are shared by entire communities and can have lasting and damaging effects that effect entire families and generations.  Practitioners call this concept historical trauma. A mental health professional specializing in historical trauma will specifically focus on facilitating your journey to understanding your historical trauma and its influence on your life.

Local Experts in Historical Trauma

I am continually educating myself on the cutting-edge research showing the impact of historical and generational trauma on the mental health of individuals. As an ethnically Jewish person, I also have personal experience with historical trauma that informs my therapy practice.

Working with Veterans, and persons with recent trauma history reduce symptoms and increase quality of life.\nFocus: CBT, Exposure therapy and EMDR

As an historian myself, I am interesting in helping people resolve the burdens they carry from their family and cultural histories. I also provide Past Life Regression to address trauma carried over from past lives.

Childhood trauma has a profound effect on peoples lives and can be catastrophic to their confidence in themselves and trust in others. In many years of working with people I have used mindfulness, equine therapy, and art to help people heal not only their minds but the connection they have to their bodies in order to help them grow and change in order to lead more meaningful lives.

I believe that your life experiences have created an immense amount of wisdom. Sometimes stuck thoughts or outdated beliefs from our childhood create a barrier for us to access this wisdom.\n\nSpeaking the language of the subconscious mind, I will guide you on your healing journey using a unique set of tools including Rapid Resolution Therapy, guided imagery, energy healing, inner child work, and se

I specialize in helping others recognize the impact of generational experiences that lead to us experiencing traumatic situations.

At my internship, I was trained in Control Mastery Theory (CMT), which hypothesizes that self destructive behaviors are related negative pathogenic beliefs that have evolved from historic trauma.

If you have unresolved trauma from your past it is definitely going to impact and complicate your current state. We will work together to safely explore your past trauma and shift the way it\'s stored in the subconscious mind so that you can have a different relationship to those experiences, thereby creating a better experience of the present and future.

It\'s rare to find someone not affected by historical trauma, though few recognize it as such. It could be a grandparent\'s death or alcoholism - something that directly affected a parent\'s view of the world, which then gets passed to you. It may be a cumulative wounding, or strategies and beliefs passed through generations, either implicitly or explicitly.

Oftentimes hypnosis is a wonderful technique for resolving historical trauma. Usually there is some messaging that is asking for an audience, and under hypnosis this kind of information can come forward. Once heard, the trauma typically fades into it\'s rightful place on the timeline of life, having shared it\'s wisdom.

Sometimes in our lives we get surrounded by systems that are supposed to offer us a place of safety, protection and growth become the opposite of these traits. These systems can be organized around family, our beliefs or just general social network. Often we don’t recognize the results of these systems, but instead find ourselves stuck, anxious, unable move forward.

I am the child of an immigrant and have lineage from colonized lands, and have personally experienced the manifestations of historical trauma. Historical trauma was also a topic frequently explored during my Masters program, and within many of my community organizing engagements. As a spirit worker, the legacy of historical trauma comes up often with clients as we work toward energetic healing.

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