Embrace your life today and see how  quickly you can be free of trauma
Embrace your life today and see how
quickly you can be free of
trauma

Welcome to Coaching beyond Trauma Website

Embrace your life now and see how quickly you can be free of the trauma.​

The trauma specialist will see how you are and how you react to the here and now.  The removal of the emotional connection to the trauma is paramount for your well-being.  This can be done without you needing to voice your trauma even once.  At no time will you have to talk about the trauma or relive it.  The first thing that they should do is to reassure you of that.

Imagine the life that you can have without the trauma.

If you reach out today, then a life filled with love, laughter and light could be yours.

The choice is yours to make, a life of misery or happiness!

Don’t wait, do this now!

Get in touch today to find out more!

Coaching beyond Trauma

Removing the emotional reaction

Removing the emotional reaction to the trauma means that you can look forward to an enriched life ahead, rather than looking back to what happened and replaying it over and over.

Do you want to merely exist or live life fully?  Think about all the people in your life now and in the future.  Do you want to see them with fear, terror or helplessness stopping you or within happiness in your heart?

Be aware of what could be waiting for you tomorrow!

Get in touch today to find out more!

Coaching beyond Trauma

Trauma is personal

It can affect each one of us differently.  When we see the trauma, over and over, feel the feelings and hear the event(s), it can be overwhelming.  Flashbacks or nightmares or the numbness and lack of emotion/reaction to life is something that we ought to be able to remove by ourselves!  We need to “grow up”, “be able to cope” by ourselves!  This is not always possible, and we need to seek help.  Should you go and see a general therapist or a trauma specialist?  First think deeply about how each can help you.  A therapist will get you to talk about the trauma to help you to realize it’s over now, and you will relive it as you talk about it. “We won’t.”