Childhood Trauma

Childhood Trauma often manifests itself in emotional or mental health issues during adulthood and are caused by experiences of physical or sexual abuse, abandonment, neglect, bullying or other stressful and traumatic childhood experiences. 

Sometimes the person carries the trauma all the way through growing up, making it difficult to build a well adjusted life. Or the trauma can be suppressed, becoming apparent or significantly more emotionally painful in later life.  It can have a heavy affect on adult relationships, with the person falling into one of three categories; the perpetrator, the victim or the savoir, or sometimes playing 2 or 3 of the roles interchangeably.  

Childhood trauma can lead to depression, anxiety, addiction and many other mental health issues as an adult, and sometimes even physical issues.  A full Guided Mind Clearance session would include talking through the childhood experience and during a light trance be able to release the negative emotions associated with their childhood. It can also include some "inner child" work if appropriate.  

Note from Daniella Nason, Guided Mind Practitioner:  I have extensive experience in dealing with clients with severe childhood trauma including sexual, physical, neglect and psychological abuse.  There is such a lack of professional support in this area but it is something which I feel comfortable with and I feel that the most challenging situations are sometimes the most rewarding.  Although some of the stories are hard to hear, I do not shy away because it's too difficult because whatever I have to hear, it is nothing compared to what the client has had to deal with.  I take my time and build a trusting relationship with the client, and take a very non-clinical, human approach to give people the support they deserve.