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.
Contact us today for a consultation.
07944 996 646
'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."
Please Get In Touch To Book Therapy or Make an Enquiry
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Anxiety disorders include disorders that share features of excessive fear and anxiety and related behavioural disturbances. Fear is the emotional response to real or perceives imminent threat, whereas anxiety is anticipation of future threat. Obviously these two states overlap, but they are also differ, with fear more often associated with surges of autonomic arousal necessary … Read more
There are a number of criteria which may mean you are suffering from a major depressive disorder. DSM-IV criteria for Major Depressive Disorder states Depressed mood or a loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities for more than two weeks. Mood represents a change from the person’s baseline. Impaired function: social, occupational, educational. Specific … Read more
Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD) was recognised as having its own classification by the ICD in June 2018. The ICD is the International Classification of Diseases. The definition of Complex Trauma or Complex Post Traumatic Stress is a ‘psychological disorder which can develop in response to repeated or prolonged experience of interpersonal trauma where … Read more
This article aims to address how to choose a therapist. Therapists have different skills, training, experience, academic qualifications, accreditation, level of personal development. Finding the right therapist for you can be a bit hit and miss. Here are some helpful hints and tips to help you find the right therapist for you. Where can I … Read more
Our CPT therapy is used specifically for individuals who are serving or have served in the armed forces or emergency services. Repetitive trauma experiences are common as is the likelihood of coming into contact with future traumatic experience. Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) therapy addresses issues commonly experienced by members of the armed forces and emergency … Read more
Helping someone with PTSD symptoms can be difficult. PTSD symptoms might include negative alterations in moods, disturbing dreams, avoidant behaviour, angry outbursts, intrusive thoughts and trouble sleeping. Living with or seeing someone we love struggling with such symptoms is unpleasant. Angry outbursts triggered for no obvious reason might be taken personally. One main difficulty is that … Read more
What is EMDR therapy? EMDR is an acronym for Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy. It was designed to alleviate distress associated with traumatic memories. EMDR therapy helps to access traumatic memories and facilitates the processing of these memories to bring them to an adaptive resolution. Successful EMDR treatment is characterized by the relief of … Read more
It is important to get a professional opinion regarding a PTSD diagnosis. The following information is based on the DSM-5 PTSD criteria. Criterion are separated into a number of different categories. Symptoms might be experienced in one or more category and severity of symptoms can vary in different categories. The categories are: Exposure to stressor, … Read more
What is the difference between counselling and psychotherapy is an important question if you are thinking of embarking on some therapy? Accepting that you need help can be a difficult step to take. Once you have made the decision to get help it is beneficial to make sure that you get the right help. There … Read more
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can occur to anybody. Developing PTSD symptoms is not a sign of weakness. PTSD occurs across all ages, races, ethnicities and cultures. There are however certain factors which can increase the likelihood of developing PTSD symptoms. These include type of trauma experienced, background, history, ethnicity and maladaptive behaviours post trauma. … Read more