Therapy for Trauma

Find Healing and a Restored You after Trauma

Trauma can shatter your sense of safety and leave you feeling trapped in a cycle of fear and anxiety. But there is light at the end of the tunnel.

At Life-360 Counseling — we offer compassionate Trauma therapy in Hastings, MN, providing you with the tools and support you ‘need to navigate through your pain and reclaim your life.

                           Why Therapy for Trauma?

Trauma can have a profound impact on every aspect of your life, but therapy offers a path to healing and renewal. Our trained therapist helps you process your experiences, reduce symptoms of trauma and regain control over your life. 

With the right support and guidance — ‘you can move forward from your trauma and create a future filled with hope and possibility.

     At Your Therapy Sessions, You Can Expect To:

Process Your Experiences: Work with your therapist to safely and gently explore the thoughts, feelings and memories associated with your trauma, helping you gain a deeper understanding ‘of your experiences.

Learn Coping Skills: Learn practical coping skills and relaxation techniques to manage ‘symptoms of trauma such as flashbacks, nightmares and hyper vigilance.

Build Resilience: Develop resilience and inner strength as you work through your trauma, empowering you to overcome obstacles and move forward with confidence.

Restore Trust: Rebuild trust in yourself and others as you learn to navigate relationships and ‘interactions in a healthy and fulfilling way.

Ready to Reclaim Your Life with our Trauma therapy services?

Let our trained therapist in Hastings provide you with the support, guidance and compassion ‘you need to heal from your past experiences and create a brighter future.

I provide trauma treatment for Pre-Teens to Teens using Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.  (TF-CBT)  I provide trauma for Individuals like our Veterans.  As an licensed marriage and family therapist, Veteran, I have a good amount of study and experience working with children, young adults, adults, and families who have experienced trauma.