Jodie Brenton on Recognising and Managing Trauma
Trauma occurs when an individual has experienced a distressing or stressful event that alters how the brain processes thoughts and emotions. Those who have experienced trauma can have difficulties with regulating their emotions, coping with negative thoughts, and dealing with difficult situations.
Trauma can be the result of all sorts of different circumstances, and everyone experiences trauma differently. Two people facing the same difficult event can react in different ways, with some moving on quickly and others requiring additional support.
If you are struggling with trauma, it is important not to compare your experience to others. It is also important you do not dismiss your valid feelings and difficulties, even if the event occurred a long time ago. Many people who have suffered from trauma will benefit from psychological support to help them cope.
Our CEO and Director, Jodie Brenton, is passionate about ensuring all those struggling with trauma and associated symptoms have access to high-quality mental health care. Jodie Brenton knows everyone deserves to live a happy and fulfilling life without trauma holding them back.
Life Resolutions Trauma Counselling and Support
At Life Resolutions, we provide a range of support services to help our clients recognise and overcome trauma. All our treatments are personalised to everyone, and include therapies like Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, to help clients recognise patterns in their thoughts and behaviours, and Trauma Model Therapy, to address complex trauma at the source.
Contact Jodie Brenton and the Life Resolutions Team
If you or someone you care about is struggling with trauma, support is available to help you cope.
If you would like to book an appointment with Life Resolutions, contact our friendly team today or head to our website for more information on the services we offer at Life Resolutions.