Your Road to Recovery
Some of the best psychology shows up in unexpected places.
Whether you are willing to pursue that question determines the course and effectiveness of the therapeutic process. For both therapists and clients, this moves the conversation…
We are learning from the moment we are born.
We adapt to what we learn, and when trauma is the teacher, our learning is maladaptive for later healthy living.
Few people escape childhood without some wounds.
Examining our stories is hard, uncomfortable work. That is why we often avoid it.
The best path to healing past trauma is through one's story.
Understanding our stories is the beginning of our recovery and growth.
People try to run, hide, bury, and disguise their stories in an effort to escape the pain that they hold. Eventually and inevitably their stories find them and demand to be heard.
When we run from the pain of our past, our story is incomplete, distorted and unintegrated. Emotional health and wholeness must include the ability to integrate and share our story openly, authentically, and without shame. When we live with unresolved stories, they resurface and replay themselves out continuously in our daily lives. They live us.
This is why a Story-informed approach is so essential.
Is SITT right for you?
Learn more to discover if Story-informed Trauma Therapy is what you need to further your journey of recovery. Whether you are a person seeking therapy, or a therapist looking for a roadmap to guide recovery, or a person wanting to become trained to offer trauma-informed support, discover how Story-informed therapy can lead to healing and growth.