Welcome to The Trauma Practice
Psychotherapy, EMDR & Cranio-Sacral Therapy
We provide Psychological and Body based therapies for Trauma, PTSD, Anxiety, Depression, Tinnitus & Addiction.
Sometimes we need a helping hand to help us heal. We look forward to helping you.
We are located in Paddington London & Cuffley, Potters Bar in Hertfordshire.
Skype, Zoom & Face Time sessions available during the Corona Virus outbreak.
'Nobody can go back and start a new beginning but anyone can start today and make a new ending'
Counselling & Psychotherapy
We use person centred counselling and psychotherapy to help clients achieve their goals. Talking therapies can help with self empowerment and achieving long lasting goals. All of the therapy we offer is underpinned by a holistic integrative approach.
We use EMDR therapy as a specialist treatment for PTSD, Trauma, Phobias and Anxiety. EMDR helps re-establish connections between our left and right brain functions therefore enabling us to process traumatic experiences and move forward with our lives.
Body or somatic therapy is a way of working which honours the body's role in trauma work, tinnitus, anxiety and depression. The mind and the body are connected and influence each other. We therefore help with both as part of our holistic therapeutic approach.
We use Cranio-Sacral Therapy to help the flow of energy, release energy held in the nervous system and help you to relax. This a great therapy for anxiety, TMJ problems, trauma and tinnitus.
Client Comments Following Therapy
"I feel more empowered to make the right changes in my life."
"I feel calmer now i have shared my difficulty."
"I always feel calmer and more relaxed after a therapy session."
"I feel like I can live a normal life again. I am back to my usual self."
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