Come Home

Come Home

I’m currently reading Emily P. Freeman’s book “The Next Right Thing.”  Every chapter, therapy for me. Even therapists need therapy—a gentle reminder that all of the things I tell my clients about hope, grace, forgiveness, authenticity and vulnerability, apply to...
My Trauma Reading List

My Trauma Reading List

Reading is my favorite thing.  When younger I read mostly fiction, both classic and modern.  Little Women by Louisa May Alcott will forever be my favorite.  Jo March is my hero. Over the last few years my focus shifted to books on trauma. The following is not...
Dust in my Pockets

Dust in my Pockets

Trauma, especially childhood sexual trauma, tells us we are broken beyond repair—damaged, flawed and unworthy.  We classify childhood sexual abuse (CSA) as Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (C-PTSD).  C-PTSD differs from PTSD in several important ways;...
You Can’t Go It Alone

You Can’t Go It Alone

Childhood sexual abuse happens within a relationship and must be healed within a relationship.  As children we rely on our parents or guardians to meet our need for food, shelter, love, affection, and protection.  Child faith—complete trust in adults is...

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