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Sacramento, California therapist: Stephanie Brumfield, therapist
Trauma and PTSD

Stephanie Brumfield

Therapist, MSW, ASW, PPSC
In navigating the healing journey from trauma and PTSD, my practice honors the profound insight that healing transcends the physical and psychological realms, reaching deep into the spiritual fabric of our being. Guided by Peter Levine's understanding that trauma's impact is less about the events themselves and more about what we hold inside without an empathetic witness, I integrate a spiritual lens that enriches the therapeutic process. This approach is not only about storytelling and witnessing but also involves the sacred work of soul retrieval—reclaiming the pieces of the self that were lost or disassociated in the wake of traumatic experiences. Specializing in childhood trauma, complex trauma, and PTSD, I offer a compassionate, spiritually informed space where individuals can explore and articulate their deepest wounds and embark on a path of profound transformation. This journey is about giving voice to the inner child's silenced pain and facilitating soul retrieval, which empowers healing at the most integral levels of one's being. By incorporating spiritual practices and perspectives, I help clients connect with their inner wisdom and the universal energies that support their healing process. For parents navigating the dual challenges of healing their trauma while breaking cycles of pain, my approach provides not just therapeutic support but spiritual guidance, aiding them in reparenting themselves and fostering a healing environment for their families. Echoing Maya Angelou's words on the agony of untold stories, my aim is to ensure these stories are not only heard but deeply seen through a spiritual lens, facilitating a healing process that leads to liberation, soul retrieval, and a reconnection with one's authentic self. This holistic, spiritually enriched approach invites individuals to reclaim their story, their spirit, and their path forward, embodying resilience and renewal.  
6 Years Experience
Online in Sacramento, California
Rocklin, California therapist: Nadia Padurets, marriage and family therapist
Trauma and PTSD

Nadia Padurets

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT, LPCC
Trauma is complicated. Long-term trauma responses are unique, personal, and often painful. It can be obvious, with a well-defined cause and symptoms that seem to make sense. It can also be masked beneath sadness, anxiety, and irritability, without an obvious source. The triggering incident could have happened a week ago or many years ago. People may experience numbness, hyper-awareness, flashbacks, and irritability. You will be provided with a safe space to regain your inner self.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Sacramento, CA 95815
Online in Sacramento, California
Sacramento, California therapist: Rosa Di Lorenzo, psychologist
Trauma and PTSD

Rosa Di Lorenzo

Psychologist, PSYD
This is an area where I continually train as well (the other be Stress Reduction). I am completing my Somatic Experiencing certificate as well.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in Sacramento, CA 95816
Online in Sacramento, California
Bloomfield Hills, Michigan therapist: Michele Koenes, licensed clinical social worker
Trauma and PTSD

Michele Koenes

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MSW, JD
I provide the latest empirically-proven clinical therapies to help treat trauma, PTSD, and more.  
32 Years Experience
Online in Sacramento, California
Santa Ana, California therapist: Mary Knoblock, hypnotherapist
Trauma and PTSD

Mary Knoblock

Hypnotherapist, Licensed RTT Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotist, Duke Certified Health Coach, Spiritual Counselor
I have experience working with a lot of people who experienced trauma and PTSD. Either using the emotion code, or RTT, hypnosis and health coaching we navigate through the trauma and lead you to greater confidence, wellbeing and a sense of stability.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Sacramento, California
Pasadena, California therapist: Chris Tickner, marriage and family therapist
Trauma and PTSD

Chris Tickner

Marriage and Family Therapist, PhD, MFT
Trauma is what happens when we experience something that is overwhelming or life-threatening. Sexual or physical abuse, neglect, accidents, natural disasters, crime, loss of loved ones... All of these things can leave a mark. Our brain responds to trauma the way it has for thousands and thousands of years. And while that helped us survive in more primitive times, today it can leave us unable to function, riddled with fear and anxiety, avoiding the very things that used to bring us pleasure. At its worse, trauma becomes Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. The good news is that the field of psychology, through the use of brain imaging, has developed powerful treatment approaches to the resolution of trauma and PTSD. The field of Somatic Psychology has been a hotbed for the development of effective treatments including EMDR, Brainspotting, Somatic Experiencing, and Sensori-Motor Psychotherapy. With 25 years of experience, training in many of these approaches, and both an MA and Ph.D. in Somatic Psychology, I am eager to help you recover from the devastating impact of trauma.  
28 Years Experience
In-Person in Sacramento, CA
Online in Sacramento, California
Sacramento, California therapist: Audrie Meyer, marriage and family therapist
Trauma and PTSD

Audrie Meyer

Marriage and Family Therapist, MBA, MFT
Welcome to my profile! Are you tired of struggling with depression, anxiety, or repetitive patterns in your life that you want to stop? Do you know you could feel better, but not sure how to create the change? There is hope....give me a call or send me and email.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in Sacramento, CA 95825
Elk Grove, California therapist: Julie Millman, licensed clinical social worker
Trauma and PTSD

Julie Millman

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Trauma can create such shadows over your life. It can cause you to make conclusions about yourself that are just not true. Whether your situation was accidental or intentionally and thoughtlessly inflicted on you abusively; trauma leaves a lasting mark. However with psychotherapy there is potential for a recovery. Techniques can be utilized in psychotherapy such as EMDR which carry hope for resolution! You do not have to be alone with this. Lets work on this together.  
32 Years Experience
In-Person Near Sacramento, CA
Online in Sacramento, California
Folsom, California therapist: Dr. Joan Druckman, psychologist
Trauma and PTSD

Dr. Joan Druckman

For the treatment of trauma, we work on processing the feelings associated with the trauma with the aim of revising the negative feelings and thoughts that the trauma created.  
40 Years Experience
In-Person Near Sacramento, CA
Online in Sacramento, California
Riverside, California therapist: Davene, Fecteau, licensed professional counselor
Trauma and PTSD

Davene, Fecteau

Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPCC
Trauma can result from significant life events, or from multiple moments that pile up. Often times, clients come in for therapy to address a symptom (anxiety, depression, addiction) that is caused by underlying trauma The symptoms of trauma can be triggered in so many ways and wreak havoc on our lives. The good news is that trauma can point us to healing. I believe that when the brain and body can access resources to feel safe, trauma can be released and the nervous systems can be reset. Utilizing techniques from EMDR and the Comprehensive Resource Model (CRM), I assist clients in accessing their inner resources in order to process trauma.  
17 Years Experience
In-Person Near Sacramento, CA
Online in Sacramento, California