Trauma is anything that overwhelms you and your ability to cope. It can range from "little t" traumas to "big T" traumas. Anxiety, stress, lack of sleep, depression, phobias, problems in your relationships and posttraumatic stress can all be symptoms that develop in response to a traumatic event.
Examples of "Big T" traumas include (but are not limited to):
.Serious injury or life-threatening experiences, like medical conditions or accidents
.Sexual or physical violence
.Witnessing one of these events or having a loved one experience one of these events
Examples of "little t" traumas include (but are not limited to):
.Non-life-threatening injuries, like from a car or other accident
.Bullying or harassment
.Loss of significant relationships
If any of this hits home for you, I'd love to connect. In the mean time, check out my individual therapy and FAQ page to learn more about the EMDR process.
Hello! I'm Emily Moore, a Licensed Professional Counselor certified in EMDR and other evidenced-based, best practices related to trauma reprocessing, stress management, anxiety, depression, creating healthier relationships, and more. I use my expertise to create a comfortable and safe environment for you to address and work on your needs
I graduated from The University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and have a Master of Science in Counseling from Loyola University New Orleans. Since 2017, my counseling services have helped many individuals get through stressful situations by gently challenging negative thoughts and understanding the source (or "touchstones") of specific behaviors and emotional patterns. With the right tools to approach situations, I work with you to create a better outlook on any issues that life brings your way. Give me a call or write me to schedule a free 15 minute consultation to see if we're a good fit. I look forward to hearing from you! -Emily
I'm 100% virtual at this time, due to COVID-19, and am seeing clients on the HIPAA-secure video platform, Simple Practice.
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