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. 

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Call us to book a consultation

07944 996 646

Helpful Therapy

Trauma therapy

Trauma therapy requires an integrated approach with an emphasis on stabilisation, grounding and safety. Therapy is carried out within a safe container so you feel safe to process your experience.

Trauma therapy

PTSD treatment

Trauma symptoms can turn into PTSD if they go on longer than one month. PTSD symptoms can manifest weeks or months later. PTSD is now treatable with EMDR therapy. Symptoms might include intrusive thoughts, alteration in moods and hyperarousal. 

PTSD treatment

Depression therapy

Depression therapy can help you to address some of the difficulties which caused the depression as well as behaviours which help to maintain the depressive symptoms. Find your depression solution today. 

Depression therapy

Anxiety therapy

Anxiety can be a difficult condition to live with. An underlying feeling of dread or fear can colour our everyday lives. Therapy for anxiety can help you to live a life free from fear, enable you to reconnect with life as well as your true and happy self. 

Anxiety therapy

Tinnitus retraining therapy

We use a holistic approach to tinnitus which involves helping you find a place of safety and relaxation. We help you to reduce tinnitus symptoms and habituate to tinnitus.  This involves mind and body work. 

Tinnitus retraining therapy

Addiction counselling

Addiction counselling helps you to understand what role the addiction is playing in your life and what is underlying the addiction. Addictive behaviour can manifest from a number of difficulties including unprocessed trauma and regulation difficulties.  

Addiction counselling

'Nobody can go back and start a new beginning but anyone can start today and make a new ending'
Maria Robinson

Our Therapies

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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.   

EMDR Therapy

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.  

Somatic Therapy

Body Psychotherapy

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. 

Cranio-Sacral Therapy

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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Latest posts from The Therapy Blog

Does Trauma Therapy Really Work?

Trauma therapy work comes in many forms and can be applied differently depending on the experience and needs of the client. Yes, trauma therapy can work and be highly effective. ‘Trauma is a fact of life. It does not, however, have to be a life sentence.’ Peter A. Levine Biophysicist & Psychologist What Are The … Read more

Why Dancing Is Good For Trauma

We know that humans have been dancing together since we managed to get up on our own two feet. The reasons? Group bonding for survival, transcending harsh and challenging life circumstances and an aid to healing and higher consciousness. We also know dancing is good for trauma held in the body. How? The Trauma Trap … Read more

What is EMDR Therapy in Layman’s Terms?

We’ve collected the most asked questions about EMDR therapy from a selection of authorities in an effort to explain EMDR therapy in layman’s terms. We also hope this post will answer the majority of your questions around the subject. If you have a question or would like a chat about EMDR for your condition, then … Read more

The body keeps the score book review

The Body Keeps the Score is a book you would read to learn about the physiology and science of trauma, people’s experience of trauma and ways that a person might recover from it. It is written by Bessel Van Der Kolk a Dutch born psychiatrist, educator and author with over thirty years of experience working … Read more

Surviving Christmas with Trauma

Christmas time can be a mixed bag of experience for different people. Although we might have time off, work pressures can be replaced by pressure to buy presents for family and friends, hosting a Christmas get together, or being expected to join in with the festivities when you are not religious or of a Christina … Read more

PTSD Myths Explained

PTSD stands for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. It is a disorder which might be experienced following a particularly stressful event or events. PTSD symptoms can be intrusive and very difficult to live with. Experiencing trauma does not mean that you will get PTSD and most people recover without help from a traumatic incident. It is important … Read more

Mental Health & Exercise

The Greek physician Hippocrates once said: ‘Walking is man’s best medicine’. 470-360 BC. Have we forgotten the benefits of exercise? Mental health is influenced by a number of factors including personal circumstances, up-brining, work and family life, personal experience, family history, friends, sleep and diet. It is also influenced by exercise. In order to function … Read more

What Is The Difference Between PTSD & Complex-PTSD?

PTSD is an acronym which stands for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. C-PTSD stands for Complex-Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. What is PTSD? PTSD describes a stress related disorder following exposure to a traumatic event or events. When we experience a trauma, we try to adapt and integrate our experience of the trauma. We might experience trauma symptoms … Read more

PTSD & Brain Fog

What is Brain Fog? Brain fog is a loose term which describes a feeling of mental fatigue. It can occur if you are experiencing chronic stress, chronic fatigue, post -traumatic stress disorder or have had a recent traumatic experience. Brain Fog Symptoms Your brain fog symptoms might include one or all of the following: Feeling … Read more

PTSD and Covid-19

Everybody has been affected by Covid-19. It has re-written the rules of how we live regarding friends, family and working life. It has affected the way we shop, socialise and interact with people as a whole. It has caused the death of over 40,000 people to date and made many more thousands ill. Seeing a … Read more

Covid-19 Update

 As an essential service all of our therapies are available online as well as face to face during the Covid-19 pandemic.


These include: Counselling, Psychotherapy and EMDR.


We are adhering to government guidlines for social distancing.