Trauma Therapy in Frisco, TX

“I believe that trauma is not only curable but that the healing process can be a catalyst for profound awakening.”

– Peter Levine

“Trauma” is a huge buzzword right now. But what does that mean? Trauma is anything overwhelming for your brain, which, as you can imagine, opens us up to many events that can be considered traumatic throughout our lifetime.

My expertise is working with people who have experienced childhood trauma (also known as developmental trauma) and want to understand how this affects their lives more deeply. A few ways unresolved childhood trauma can show up include:
  • Not knowing what you want/people-pleasing tendencies
  • Always feeling burned out at work
  • Feeling like you aren’t in control of your life
  • Running into the same issues in relationships
  • Feeling like everyone else has it more “together” than you

This isn’t an exhaustive list, but you get the idea.


As you gain momentum and confidence you will begin to see an increase in your self-esteem and watch your life transform before your eyes. 



We will use the new understandings of mental and emotional blocks discovered in the Initial Intensive to inform our individual sessions better as you work to practice your new skills.


At this point you may want to add group therapy or an Advanced Intensive into your regimen if time is of the essence and you enjoyed the intensive format. 

As you progress we will titrate our sessions and eventually work into a maintenance phase. As you continue to meet your goals, we are slowly phasing out of treatment, ensuring you won’t become codependent on treatment and can get on with enjoying your freshly transformed life. 


Once we’ve scheduled your first appointment, we will also schedule your Initial Intensive. This will kick start your transformation by providing an in-depth understanding of the model we will use to move you into a higher level of healing. 

Hi there! I provide Trauma Therapy in Frisco, Tx, for highly ambitious women in their 40/50s who are seeking a more deeply connected marriage.

our process

You also probably grew up in a home where your parents did their best, but for whatever reason, they couldn’t see you and tend to you the way you deserved. When trying to connect with people, you might be nervous because they are “normal,” and for some reason, you feel like you aren’t. And what even is a healthy relationship? Oh, and you are also probably a Millennial or Gen X.

You are tenacious, driven, ready to work and yearn for deep, long-lasting change.

While interviewing therapists, you are listening for someone who knows who they are, the light and the dark, because deep down, you are also seeking to know these depths of yourself. You are expecting to work with someone who knows what they are doing. You also may have worked with other therapists in the past but found that there wasn’t any change happening. You’re seeking to be challenged and transformed, not just seeking a conversation with a friendly face.

You are a seeker—an explorer at heart. You are ready to make a change but aren’t sure how to get there. You are probably a wounded healer, a creative entrepreneur, an expert in your craft, and/or a mother seeking a deeper connection with your children than the one you had growing up. You view this work as an investment in yourself and the generation that follows.

who i will work with

So this part is essential. I greatly advocate prioritizing the right fit for therapy rather than getting as many clients as possible. I intentionally maintain a small caseload so that I can provide high-tier services and, as a result, my clients make progress.

This relationship is a two-way street, and you get out of this process what you put into it. Over the years, I’ve discovered my ideal client, who lights up my heart to work with. So let’s see if we’re a good fit.

i feel seen


This work is my passion because I’ve lived it. I’ve experienced pain, heartbreak, and life-giving freedom from facing your past and discovering your authentic self. I was raised in a home with lots of pain and untreated mental health issues that led to childhood trauma. As I face the ongoing work that comes with breaking the cycle of generational trauma, I walk with and speak from clinical expertise and personal experience. This work is heavy, but it’s also life-giving, and I believe everyone has the right to experience this kind of freedom if they want it.

In the session, we will tend not only to your mind (unlearning any unhealthy beliefs you may have stored away) but also restore your connection to your body. Trauma lives in your body, begging to be seen and heard. I believe in trusting your body to lead us where we need to go toward healing. Our bodies are profoundly sacred teachers; connecting to their wisdom will instill confidence to carry you forward far beyond our time together.

What Trauma Therapy in Frisco, TX With Me Looks Like. 
Ok, so if you’ve made it this far, you are my people. Here’s a little more about what to expect when we start working together. In the session, we will tend not only to your mind (unlearning any unhealthy beliefs you may have stored away) but also to restore your connection to your body. Trauma lives in your body, begging to be seen and heard. So, I believe in trusting your body to lead us where we need to go toward healing.

a little more info

I use Pia Mellody’s model of Developmental Immaturity as a map to help you get access to the tools you need to balance your present and heal your inner child so that you can finish unfinished business from childhood. Also. In case you’re into this sort of thing. I understand my clients through a psychodynamic lens and utilize person-centered, experiential, and cognitive-behavioral techniques to support clients in making active progress in treatment.

How long does trauma therapy take?
This one, like most answers in therapy, is it depends. However, with my approach, most clients work with me for 3-5 years, give or take. This is incredibly individualized for each person and what they are looking for. But my approach isn’t a quick bandaid. It's a significant overhaul for folks who are really looking for long-lasting change. That doesn’t come in a 6-8 session package; it comes with a long-term therapeutic relationship.

How can trauma therapy help me?
Again, it depends. But the biggest thing I have found for my clients is that it helps them uncover who they are before the trauma strips away their safety. It also helps you feel safer in your body. Regarding what this looks like for you, it’s tough to say without knowing your story. But I encourage you to think, what symptoms brought you to this page? What would life be like with more self-compassion and self-understanding without those symptoms?

Does trauma therapy make you feel worse?
This is a common question, and it’s important. I’ve been very upfront with my clients that my approach will lead to more pain as we face whatever has been avoided before there is relief from symptoms. Either way, your body is carrying this pain. With therapy, we just give the pain a voice and allow it to flow out to be transformed.

Do you accept insurance?
I am an out-of-network provider, which means I do not accept insurance. However, I can provide a superbill, which some insurance companies will reimburse you for. More info on fees here.

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