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Somatic Therapy: A Possible Solution To Ingrained Trauma Responses?

Do you still feel stuck after months or years of traditional talk therapy?

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A few months ago I was talking to my therapist about a frequent conundrum I found myself in. I would be triggered by something and after a few moments, I could mentally battle myself into a safe and secure headspace. I could…




We don't talk enough about mental health.

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