Connecting with yourself gives you freedom
Internal family systems (IFS) for Trauma Therapy
The parts and their burdens can prevent you from being seen, heard and living from your true Self. That leaves you feeling empty, like something is missing. That emptiness is YOU.
But, there are parts of you that are trying to help you to fill that emptiness, but can actually be causing the void. They are trying to manage you without your input by ‘taking care’ of you all day long (and protecting you).
Trauma can affect your sense of self, leaving you feeling disconnected and lost. Anxiety and depression can manifest as some the symptoms of your PTSD. And these parts of you can get in the way of your overall functioning, especially your relationships.
One way to gain back healthier relationships is to have an integrated internal family system within yourself. That’s where the joy and harmony all live. And that is freedom.
Trauma-focused therapy can help you to discover news skill and coping strategies to respond to emotions connected to the traumatic event. IFS therapy takes place in a safe and supportive environment.