Welcome to my TTN profile, my name is Carol and I am a Rogerian and strengths-based, empathetic, non-judgmental trauma therapist who specializes in bringing the most powerful and effective interventions in trauma-recovery. I specialize in Narcissistic Abuse and Spiritual Abuse Recovery as well as a wide varieties of other trauma experiences that include familial, intergenerational and childhood abuse. If you find that your trauma comes from finding yourself marginalized, I can provide you the validating environment for you to process your experience. I am a recent transplant to Utah and have experience working with those who are spiritually questioning. While religious beliefs can be a source of great comfort, for some high control religious communities can be quite traumatic. Are you experiencing anxiety, struggling with sleep or feeling overwhelmed by life’s uncertainties or questioning your self-perception? I work collaboratively and can help you explore those existential questions that often are imbedded in recovery from trauma. I firmly believe you have answers to those questions and my role is to assist you reconnecting with yourself and decide what is best in your journey called life.
I utilize a variety of therapeutic interventions that focus on the body as well as the perceptive and emotional experience. Mindfulness, parts and EMDR interventions can assist the brain reorganize the traumatic memories and discharge the negative emotions attached. Existential therapy can help with the grief and questioning. I am not a disciple of one psychological model but utilize techniques that are drawn from various modalities dependent upon the need. You are unique and I approach treatment in order to honor and empower you in your autonomy. I find no therapeutic concept is a one size fits all. My primary goal is to utilize my skills coupled with my intuition and our therapeutic relationship to help you gain insight and increase emotional freedom.
Please feel free to reach out for an initial consultation, I am happy to engage in a conversation to see if we are a good clinical fit.