You dream of living a “normal” life.
There are so many places you want to go and things you want to do.
But how can you when just thinking about driving to work or taking a trip on a plane, creates such panic?
Your chest tightens, and your breath becomes shallow. It feels like the world is closing in on you, and all you want to do is escape.
It’s been this way ever since the event.
Flashbacks of your accident overwhelm you and make you feel like it would be easier never to get in a car or plane again.
You tell yourself to just get over it. You see everyone else living their lives with such ease and wonder why you struggle the way you do.
In this way, you’re not just grappling with the fear, but also with the shame and guilt of your own feelings of inadequacy.
Sometimes, you think about reaching out for help.
But you’re scared that if you tell anyone what you’re going through, they’ll judge or reject you.
What you’re feeling seems so strange and uncommon that it’s hard to believe anyone can understand.
Well, I’m here to tell you that your feelings are perfectly normal, and there is a way forward.
You are not alone.
Somatic therapy can help shift the noise in your head and allow your body to find calm.
We’ll work together to track sensations without judgment and then guide you in understanding and processing them.
Get unstuck from your trauma reaction and start living with greater peace and confidence today.