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PTSD Therapy | Trauma Therapist in Denver CO | Online Trauma Therapy

Trauma & PTSD Counseling

"When we deny the story, it defines us. When we own the story, we can write a brave new ending." 

-Brene Brown

Trauma & Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment 

Trauma therapy at Her Time involves working collaboratively with a trained trauma therapist to:

  • Evaluate your current level of distress

  • Identify triggers

  • Learn how to self-regulate and cope

  • Tell your story and process the trauma 

  • Let go of painful memories

  • Desensitize yourself to triggers and learn to regulate emotions

  • Find meaning in your experience 

  • Restore or improve relationships

  • Develop long-lasting resilience and sustainable self-care practices

Have you experienced a traumatic event that has left you struggling? You're not alone. One-half of all individuals will be exposed to a traumatic event in their lifetime and out of those people women are more than twice as likely as men to develop PTSD.


If you've experienced a potentially life-threatening event such as  . . .

  • physical, psychological, or sexual abuse

  • human trafficking

  • physical assault or rape

  • intimate partner violence

  • domestic violence

  • witnessing violence against others

  • death of a loved one

  • a terminal diagnosis

  • serious accident

  • exposure to war

  • involved or affected by a natural disaster   

. . . then you have likely been traumatized and may find it difficult to lead a normal life following such an event. Often, trauma leaves us feeling unsafe in everyday situations and uncomfortable in our own bodies.




Therapy for Trauma | PTSD Counseling in Denver 80013 | Online PTSD Treatment Colorado | Telehealth treatment for PTSD in Colorado 80238

Our Approach to Trauma Treatment 


In addition to high rates of PTSD, women are also more likely to react more strongly to triggers that serve as reminders of the traumatic event. Triggering moments paired with the typical ongoing symptoms of traumatic stress including nightmares, insomnia, somatic disturbances, difficulty with intimate relationships, fear, anxiety, anger, shame, aggression, suicidal behaviors, loss of trust, and/or isolation, which can make getting through each day difficult.


If you're experiencing these symptoms of PTSD in women and feel stuck or hopeless, you're in the right place.


Our therapists are here to partner with you and provide evidenced-based PTSD treatments including Cognitive processing therapy (CPT), Prolonged exposure therapy (PET), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and to provide you with referrals for EMDR therapy, psychiatric medication assessment/management, and integrative treatments like trauma-informed massage and acupuncture

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