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Relationship Trauma Therapy

Has Relationship Trauma Left it's Mark on You?

Have you found yourself haunted by past experience experiences, unable to shake off the memories that linger? Do you replay conversations, arguments, and moments of betrayal or abuse on an endless loop, each repetition chipping away at your sense of trust and security?

When the wounds from past relationships refuse to heal, it can feel like you're trapped in a cycle of pain. You might find yourself avoiding intimacy, fearing vulnerability, or struggling to connect with others.

But there is hope! Therapy for relationship trauma provides a supportive environment where you can unpack the complexities of your past experiences and cultivate the resilience needed to rebuild trust and connection. If you want to learn how to reclaim agency over your emotions and relationships, keep reading!

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What is Relationship Trauma?

Relationship trauma encompasses the lasting wounds you experience because of abusive or toxic human relationships. It arises from your experiences of overt abuse or subtle yet insidious patterns of neglect, invalidation, narcissism, or emotional manipulation. If unaddressed, these wounds can cast a long shadow over your current relationships, even those grounded in mutual respect and love.

The impact of relationship trauma can reverberate through all facets of your life, influencing the way you perceive yourself and others, navigate intimacy, and establish boundaries. Unresolved trauma wounds can perpetuate cycles of dysfunction and pain, sabotaging your potential for genuine connection and emotional fulfillment.

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Relationship trauma can infiltrate your life in many different ways. Recognizing the far-reaching effects of relational wounds is the first step towards healing and reclaiming agency over your emotional well-being and relational future. Regardless of how you are being affected by your relationship trauma, talking through your experience in a non-judgmental environment, exploring options for moving forward, learning healthy ways of interacting with others, and gaining new perspectives can be helpful.

Relationship Trauma Symptoms

Trust Issues

Fear of Intimacy

Volatile Emotions



Low Self-Esteem

Avoidance Behaviors

Disrupted Identity

Attachment Difficulties

Mistrust in Self

How Can Relationship Trauma Therapy Help?


Improve Relationships

By working through trust issues as a result of betrayal or abuse, you will regain trust in yourself and others, and can foster healthy relationships with security and confidence!​


Discover Yourself

In therapy, you can be yourself without judgment! We'll explore your trauma and beliefs impartially to foster self-discovery and healing.


Reclaim Agency

You will experience sincere validation of your experiences, empowering you to reclaim agency over your life, trust yourself, and set boundaries.


Heal Trauma Symptoms

Through trauma informed techniques from ACT, CBT, and CPT, you'll have fewer flashbacks, nightmares, and other PTSD symptoms.


Find New Perspectives

Therapy will challenge rigid beliefs and allow you to consider alternative perspectives. You will cultivate self compassion and healthier views of yourself, others, and the world.


Integrate Your Trauma Story

Therapy helps you integrate your relationship trauma into your life story. You will cultivate resilience, understand yourself, and experience personal transformation.

Common Traumas Addressed in Therapy

If your relationship trauma isn't listed above, don't worry - feel free to reach out and let's discuss your unique challenges to see how therapy can help you.

Sexual Abuse

Physical Abuse

Emotional Abuse

Childhood Abuse

Reach out for Therapy Today!

As a psychologist specializing in supporting individuals through relationship trauma, I recognize the profound impact trauma can have on your current relationships and overall well-being. During our very first session, I will help you feel better and optimistic about the future.

Remember, seeking therapy for relationship trauma is a courageous step towards healing and reclaiming your sense of self-worth and belonging. Booking a therapy session today might be the hardest, yet best decision you can make at this time. You can heal! You can feel better again!

To get started, email, call/text 385-200-0204, or schedule a free 15 minute consult.

I can work with clients in over 40 PSYPACT participating states.

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