Trauma can be defined in many ways. Sometimes trauma is overt such as past physical, sexual, verbal and/or emotional abuse. Other times, it is covert and can look like growing up with neglect or living in a society where you don't feel safe due to your race, religion, class, gender, or sexual identity and orientation. No matter the trauma you have encountered, we will work together to decrease your symptoms and help you create a life that brings you joy and fulfillment. I approach trauma through a somatic lens, paying attention to what your body is communicating to us, as well as through a narrative and existential lens; attending to how you interpreted the trauma and what meaning is it creating in your life. I am also trained in Trauma Focused Cognitive Processing, which is the US approved therapy model for trauma survivors suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.