Right now, as a result of your unresolved intergenerational trauma background, you may be experiencing…
- High levels of anxiety and depression that don’t seem rooted in anything concrete.
- Self-doubt since no one in your family will talk about what’s going on.
- Self-sabotaging behaviors to cope with the painful feelings inside of you.
- Low self-esteem and a shaky sense of confidence.
- A sense that the past is living inside of you but a lack of words about how and a lack of clarity about how to resolve it.
You’re realizing that your unresolved intergenerational trauma is getting in the way of your life…
- You struggle with your emotions, feeling them, expressing them, coping with them.
- You live with a heightened sense of anxiety and hypervigilance that doesn’t reflect your current circumstances.
- You feel confused about how to have good, healthy relationships but long for them.
- You can’t feel comfortable in your body and it’s stopping you from enjoying life.
- You experience body aches, pains, and illnesses that don’t reflect your self-care habits.
- What counts as intergenerational trauma? Does what my family went through count?
- How is it even possible that what my ancestors went through is still impacting me?
- How can I make the cycles stop with me? Is it too late?
- How can I heal from intergenerational trauma if no one will talk about what really happened?
- Will trauma therapy be a support to someone like me?
You’re longing for…
- The cycles stopping with you. A chance to not pass the trauma down to your own children.
- A life without anxiety and depression.
- Freedom and comfort and ease in your body. An ability to actually feel embodied.
- The ability to seek out, keep and be in functional, healthy relationships.
- Healthier coping mechanisms and tools to cope with painful feelings when they arise and not to do what your family has always done.
What you’re longing for is possible.
At Evergreen Counseling, we have a staff of seasoned, evidence-based therapists skilled in treating intergenerational trauma.
How we can help you
By pursuing therapy for intergenerational trauma, you can imagine the following:
High levels of anxiety and depression that doesn’t seem concretely rooted in anything you’ve gone through.
A more stable mood reduced anxiety and depression.
A deep fear that you will pass the trauma down to your own children.
Clarity about the intergenerational trauma patterns of your family and choice about how you act and what you model for your children.
Extreme reactivity to stress.
A more regulated nervous system and a greater capacity to tolerate stress.
Difficulty regulating your aggression, anger, and anxiety.
More emotional regulation and increased relational tools.
What if I’m Not Ready?
If you don’t feel quite ready to book a complimentary consult call yet, that’s completely fine.
We don’t want you to feel pressured and we know that the choice to seek out therapy can feel difficult.
Part of you wants to do it, and another part of you is, perhaps, scared to begin because of the feelings you might have to finally feel.
Or a part of you questions whether or not you can even be helped at all.
Whatever the reason, no matter how ready or not ready you feel to begin therapy, we want you to have the information you need to make an informed choice.
So, to that end, please explore the additional information below to learn more about us and how we can help you.
We’ll be here whenever you’re ready to reach out for support.