TRAUMA COUNSELLING
can help you take back control of your life

Trauma can best be described as a psychological wound caused by any kind of negative experience – this can refer to a violent crime, abuse, rape, chronic illness, accidents, etc. This emotional wound can hamper your everyday functioning as it affects your emotional well-being, and if you fail to work through what happened to you, you may start suffering from PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Often, PTSD only starts affecting your life years after the event occurred, which is why it is important to get the help you need as soon as possible.

Some symptoms of PTSD include:

  • Sleeplessness
  • Depression
  • Continuous flashbacks of the traumatic incident
  • Nightmares
  • Unexplained anger
  • Headaches or Migraines
  • Loss of appetite

Trauma counselling exists to help individuals who suffered trauma to work through their experiences to minimise the effects of PTSD and to be able to lead a normal, happy life further.

Lauren Moore Counselling offers professional counselling services for victims who require help to work through past events. I have worked with many patients over the years and I am fully aware that there is no one-size-fits-all solution for trauma counselling. I offer to work with you and your family and friends to deal with that happened to you and to acquire healthy ways to cope with the consequences.

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How trauma counselling can change your life:

PTSD can truly have a detrimental impact on your quality of life. By making the decision to partake in professional trauma counselling, with a qualified counsellor who specialises in the field, you are making the decision to take back control of your life – and to not let what happened to you ruin the rest of your life. Some positive outcomes that I, as your counsellor, want to help you achieve through counselling, include:

  • To help you return your life back to normal
  • To find a new purpose for your life, despite what happened
  • To forgive yourself or the perpetrator and to move forward
  • To accept what happened to you, so that you can move on
  • To heal and become a whole person again
  • To learn about, and cope with the effects caused by the traumatic event

No matter
what happened to
you in the past,

it is possible to move forward and lead a happy life once again. If you would like to talk about starting your journey to recovery, please feel free to contact me to make an appointment.