You're not alone
70% of adults in the U.S. have experienced some type of traumatic event at least once in their lives. This equates to approximately 223.4 million people.
Up to 20% of these people go on to develop PTSD. As of today, that equates to approximately 44.7 million people who were or are struggling with PTSD.
According to a Naturalistic Longitudinal Evaluation of Counseling in Primary Care, after patients were provided counseling “there was a significant reduction in severity of symptoms” for anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and quality of life.
Based on its research, the Institute of Medicine has concluded that mental health and psychological services were essential for many students to achieve academically, and recommended that such services be considered mainstream, and not optional.
Over the past 10 years my work as a Psychotherapist, has guided clients through their personal healing journeys on communication issues, substance abuse recovery, and trauma. My private practice is focused on teaching clients healthy coping skills, healing from past and current life tribulations, while discovering the healthiest adaptation of themselves.
Healing Through Conversation
Throughout our lives, we all experience difficult situations and life transitions that are life-changing and sometimes life shaking. It's at this time we need unbiased guidance to help us overcome. Counseling is the process of embracing healing through honest reflection and discovering hope.