Trauma is what happens inside you as a result of what happens to you

You might not realise it, but if you’re looking for help here, you could be experiencing trauma.

A feeling of not being loved or not being worthy of love may indicate a deep emotional wounding from childhood.

If you have experienced sexual assault, are recovering from disordered eating or a toxic relationship then you may be suffering trauma.

Without the right support, the trauma impact gets worse. It undoes the life you’ve tried to build.

Trauma can happen in a single moment or can build over time. It affects you in endless ways that you might not be able to identify. Intergenerational trauma can affect you from before you were born. Developmental trauma happens as a child. Incidental trauma happens from a single life experience.

It can be all of this, and it can happen to any of us. 

Feelings of helplessness take over. Hostile relationships become normal. You cope by disconnecting from yourself.

Until now.

A seed of hope is all you need. To feel understood and unafraid, empowered to build a life filled with possibility.

You’ve found it here with me.

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“Every human has a true authentic self.
Trauma is the disconnection from it and healing is the reconnection to it.”

Gabor Maté
miranda offers trauma counselling online

How my trauma-informed counselling can help you

I offer counselling online and from my Sunshine Coast consulting rooms.

As a trauma-informed psychotherapist, I’m here to reframe your story.

I help you create a positive relationship with yourself, so you can recognise the same in others.

I give you a safe space to make meaning of your past and to unlearn the parts of it that are not serving your future. And to understand what consent feels like in mind, body and behaviour.

I empower you to create meaning and uncover your authentic, beautiful self.

I illuminate your seed of hope, nourish it and watch you bloom.

In our sessions, you will become unstuck, able to move beyond shame and fear into hope. 

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“I tried counselling at least five times before meeting Miranda – I was actually at the point of giving up. Now, for the first time in my life I feel like I'm putting my feet in the right direction. It's hard work but I feel hopeful.”
D FROM NSW