Trauma & PTSD

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Experienced Trauma Psychologist in Sydney CBD Offers Compassionate Care

Life is hard, and sometimes people experience stressful or disturbing events that leave them feeling helpless and disconnected. Emotional and psychological trauma can be the result of physical experiences that take a while to get over. When upsetting emotions and memories leave you feeling isolated and unable to trust other people, a compassionate trauma psychologist can help you move past the pain and get on with living. With easy to reach offices in Sydney CBD and Hurlstone Park I strive to make treatment available to everyone by offering after hours and Saturday appointments because your mental health is my primary concern.

Sometimes a traumatic event can trigger PTSD or Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. This may happen immediately after the incident, or it may occur years later. PTSD takes many forms and may cause several unpleasant symptoms which interfere with every aspect of life. I am an understanding and experienced registered clinical psychologist who can provide PTSD treatment in inner Sydney. Trauma therapy in the form of an evidence-based approach can help you cope with your emotions and begin to feel normal again. Treatment is individualized and based on your personal needs. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy or Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR) can help change disturbing thought patterns depending on your own situation.

As an experienced trauma psychologist with more than two decades of experience, I utilise a variety of modalities to help you manage anxiety and stress. Trauma recovery is intentional, and it will take time. If you live in Sydney and you or a loved one have experienced trauma, and you are ready to move past it give me a call today.

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