Feeling lost? Thinking in circles and having a hard time making sense of your feelings? Have you run out of space to put what you’ve seen and been through?

Trauma shows up in different ways and at different times in our lives. 

You might experience:

  • trouble sleeping
  • irritability
  • feeling on edge
  • being preoccupied
  • a loss of joy
  • trouble connecting with others
  • change in how you see the world
  • finding it hard to trust – yourself or others
  • seeing danger everywhere
  • feeling lost and alone

Trauma is defined by impact, not what it was, but here are some of the experiences you might be reeling from:

  • painful childhood experiences
  • exposure to trauma at work
  • difficult family history
  • close encounters with death and suffering
  • violence
  • boundary crossings
  • manipulative and unhealthy relationships
  • injuries
  • major losses

Therapy with a Social Worker can help you make sense of how you’re feeling – and to start to feel like yourself again.

Let’s work together to:

Improve sleep

Reduce worry

Learn coping skills

Improve mood

Feel heard

Make connections between experiences and symptoms

Learn new communication skills

Process your trauma 

Feel more present and whole

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Phone: 905-586-6973
In person service in Bolton:
33 King St W, suite 100
Bolton, ON L7E 1C7

Virtual service across Ontario, Québec and Nova Scotia

In the spirit of reconciliation with Canada’s indigenous peoples, I acknowledge that this service is offered on lands traditionally occupied by the: 
Anishinabewaki ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯᐗᑭ (Link 1)
Wendake-Nionwentsïo (Link 1)
Ho-de-no-sau-nee-ga (Haudenosaunee) (Link 1)
Petun (Link 1)
Mississauga (Link 1)
Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation
which is governed by Treaty 19, 1818.

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