Many of my clients have managed to take the step: finding fulfillment in a new job, in a partnership, or through a change of location. Often, fear is the starting point.
Trauma work is often perceived to be backward-looking, to reawaken old pain that belongs in the past and is therefore irrelevant to the present. I am also not a fan of aimless digging into one’s trauma biography when it is unnecessary, and even potentially harmful.
In this group, we utilize the emotional intelligence of the group to explore and acknowledge internal connections, enabling change.
Broughton’s little handbook on trauma healing, ‘Becoming Your True Self,’ is a helpful guide for those who wish to better understand themselves and their own inner trauma structures, a prerequisite for becoming a ‘healthy, independent adult.’