What is Post-Trauma Coaching?

May 2, 2010

As promised in the previous post, “On Air” , I said I would write about Post-Trauma Coaching.

I have come to coaching as a natural-born healer. Studies in alternative healing led me full circle back to an interest I had many years ago in life-coaching back before coaching became a widely known and official profession. It is what I am good at doing. And I am now uniquely qualified to do it in this particular capacity. And from what I have seen in my journey through life so far, it is something much needed.

When we suffer a trauma, whether it is a loss of limb, life of a loved one, our home, our health, or some other kind of trauma like any of the number of traumas I listed above, some of us seek help and some of us don’t.

But what happens when we’re ready to finally move on with our lives? When we’re tired of grieving our losses? When we’re sick of suffering and ready to take steps to rebuild our futures? What then? Some of us have done it. And I can tell you, as one person who did it virtually alone, with almost nobody to really rely on, it is almost impossible. Possible yes, but very hard and tiring and frustrating and disheartening.

That’s where Post-Trauma Coaching comes in. It is for anyone who has suffered any traumatic event or who is supporting or providing care for someone who has suffered any traumatic event. It can work in tandem with therapy or work once someone has been through therapy already; however, either way it goes, the person coming to coaching must be fully committed to move forward with integrity.

What I mean by traumatic event is subjective to the individual. I am not going to tell anyone that what they went through wasn’t traumatic. The loss of the family pet could be a traumatic event for one person and for another person a traumatic event might be a violent assault or a major loss.

The usual goal for someone who has suffered trauma is to move past it, and create something new, and live a life of happiness. That’s one of the things I can help you accomplish.

Contact me today and schedule your complimentary coaching consultation and begin living the life of your dreams!
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