Life can be a challenge but it doesn’t have to be.

There is a solution.

There is hope.


The simplest definition of trauma is when one experiences tragic situations which is more than the mind can contain.

Trauma can occur whenever an individual has experienced great stress beyond a person’s understanding of what is expected or usually experienced.

Trauma is caused by several incidents. These incidents include:

  • War
  • Natural disasters
  • Accidents
  • Medical procedures
  • Spiritual Abuse
  • Ritual Abuse
  • Neglect
  • Emotional Abuse
  • Verbal Abuse
  • Physical Abuse
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Occult Abuse

A person who has experienced repeated and possibly severe trauma over a long period of time, especially during childhood, has an increased risk of developing co-occurring disorders during adulthood due to the trauma experienced. Not everyone who experiences trauma will develop co-occurring disorders but the percentage of developing one or more of the following disorders is raised:

When an individual has experienced trauma, whether as a child or as an adult, healing can take place. Overcoming the situations which caused the trauma can be difficult and challenging. With the support of a caring therapist, healing can be achievable.