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Trauma Therapy for Women & Teen Girls

Heal from trauma, rediscover your voice, and learn to use it fearlessly.

EMDR Specialists

Foster Resilience

Experience Healing

How long have you felt?

You Can’t Control Your Emotions

Uncontrolled Fear & Anxiety

Disconnected From Loved Ones

Unsafe In Your Own Body

We help you rediscover your voice and learn to use it fearlessly.

Trauma Therapy Is:

The Deep Work of Unlocking Stored Trauma

We help you unlock the hold trauma has on your life, paving the way for healing and wholeness.

Supportive & Safe

We offer a safe space where you can freely share your struggles and receive support throughout the process of healing from trauma.

An Opportunity for Transformation

We’ll help you better understand the root of your struggles and give you new skills for coping with them. Regain control of your life and create the environment that you need to feel safe.

How Trauma Therapy Works:

Getting Started With Counseling Is Simple

Fill Out Contact Form

Fill out the contact form to get started!

Schedule a Consultation

Have a 15-min conversation to see if we’re a good fit.

Schedule First Appointment

If we are a good fit, we’ll start counseling so you can experience the joy of healing and growth.

Why Clients Choose Fearlessly Inspired

We Provide Trauma Therapy For:


Abandonment/Rejection Issues

Uncontrolled Emotions


Bipolar Disorder

Body Image

Childhood Abuse

Culturally Sensitive Issues



Intrusive Thoughts

Grief & Loss

Gender Identity

Self-Esteem & Self-Worth

Feelings of Isolation or Loneliness

Victims of Assault

Disconnection From Your Body



Unhealthy Relationship Patterns


Panic Attacks & Night Terrors

Unmanageable Stress & Anger

Trauma Therapy FAQ’s

What can I expect in a Trauma Therapy Session?

When you’ve experienced trauma, it’s normal to find yourself recreating the patterns of the past. Therapy can help you take a step back and look at how these patterns emerged and why they keep repeating themselves.

For instance, maybe you grew up with an abusive or controlling parent and now you find yourself dating people who are the same way. Therapy can help you see that your present relationships are an attempt to resolve unfinished business from previous relationships. In this way, you can make deeper connections between the past and present.

Additionally, we’ll validate your trauma responses and help you understand that they’re your brain’s way of trying to protect you. We’ll give you new coping skills that increase your sense of safety without reinforcing anxious or avoidant behavior. You’ll learn about the power of breathwork and other grounding strategies in helping you regulate your nervous system.

What if I feel like I’ve already dealt with my trauma?

You may have already dealt with your trauma up to a point. It’s normal for the brain and body to work through traumatic pain as much as they can tolerate.

The problem is that trauma often has lingering effects that go unnoticed. Many people who come to see us feel like they’ve already processed their trauma, only to realize that there’s a whole layer of emotions that they haven’t even touched.

Therapy is a chance to dig deep and get to these emotions so that the real healing can begin.

What type of treatments do you use?

Our therapists often use EMDR to treat trauma and PTSD. EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) is a gentle yet powerful form of therapy that helps you take the emotional charge out of trauma. Through repetitive tapping, side-to-side eye movements, and other stimulation exercises, your brain can change how it responds to painful memories. This way, you can remember what happened without feeling triggered or upset.  

We also draw from IFS (Internal Family Systems), an approach that looks at the different parts of the self and how some of them are trying to shield you from trauma. For instance, you may have a destructive part that likes to use drugs or alcohol to deal with your stress. IFS can help you form a healthier relationship with this part so that it doesn’t control your life. 

In the end, we are confident that therapy can help you start living the life that you’ve only ever been able to imagine. By working with a trauma therapist who is highly skilled and cares for you deeply, you can rediscover your voice and learn to use it fearlessly.

Why should I choose EMDR?

EMDR is useful when there are no words to express how you feel. Because the approach uses audio and visual stimulation to help you heal from trauma, you don’t have to “share” everything that happened.

You can discuss your traumatic experience as little as you want. EMDR taps into the brain’s natural ability to heal itself, so your brain does all the heavy lifting for you.

How long will trauma therapy take?

When you’ve experienced trauma, healing is not an overnight process. You and your trauma counselor will work together to determine how much time is needed for your treatment.

Generally speaking, clients begin to feel a sense of relief after just a few sessions of EMDR therapy. But when it comes to long-term healing, we encourage you to be patient with yourself and go at whatever pace works for you.

Our Mission

Our mission is to inspire, encourage, and wholeheartedly support women and teenage girls on their path to discovering and reaching their highest potential. We are committed to empowering them to live and thrive fearlessly, while promoting post-traumatic growth.