Trauma and it’s role in chronic pain

Trauma changes our brains. It often pushes us into a fight or flight mode, which can not only affect our mental health, it can manifest itself by creating chronic pain. Pain is generated in the brain. Since our brains can be re-trained (neuroplasticity) we have the power to decrease our pain. Let me show you how!

TMS/Tension Myositis Syndrome (mind-body) Your pain is NOT all in your head. It is real. There is a strong connection between chronic pain and repressed emotions. For some of us, our brains create physical pain as a way to divert our attention from emotional pain, or repressed emotions.

Hypnotherapy is a safe way to access repressed emotions that may be stored in our unconscious or subconscious mind. It is never too late to create new neuropathways in our brains. Join me in creating new habits for health!

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