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Hi. My name is Pamela Brooks. I work with adults who are striving to improve their quality of life and regain control in the midst of chaos. I work with trauma, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, and life transitions.  I work with my clients using an integrated approach in order to empower them to reach their full potential. Read more...

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    Finding Healing Together: Empathetic Support for Trauma Recovery

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    1 hr

    150 US dollars
  • Navigating Change, Embracing New Beginnings: Find Support through Life...

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    150 US dollars
  • Empowering Lives, Easing Anxiety: Find Calm and Confidence through Com...

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    1 hr

    150 US dollars
  • Embracing Hope, Restoring Joy: Overcome Depression with Compassionate ...

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Thanks so much, for all of your help. I really appreciate all the time you spent with me.

You taught me a lot and helped me tremendously. 
Thanks very much, I wish you the best of luck 
on your next adventure.

- Client

  • Why bother with therapy? Wasn’t the trauma bad enough?
    “We have learned that trauma is not just an event that took place sometime in the past; it is also the imprint left by that experience on mind, brain, and body. This imprint has ongoing consequences for how the human organism manages to survive in the present. Trauma results in a fundamental reorganization of the way mind and brain manage perceptions. It changes not only how we think and what we think about, but also our very capacity to think.” ― Bessel A. van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma Don’t hesitate to book your appointment now, so we can think help you think!
  • Why should I try mindfulness?
    “Mindfulness not only makes it possible to survey our internal landscape with compassion and curiosity but can also actively steer us in the right direction for self-care.” ― Bessel A. van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma Let me help you engage in self care. Book today
  • Why does breathing matter?
    “The more you stay focused on your breathing, the more you will benefit, particularly if you pay attention until the very end of the out breath and then wait a moment before you inhale again. As you continue to breathe and notice the air moving in and out of your lungs you may think about the role that oxygen plays in nourishing your body and bathing your tissues with the energy you need to feel alive and engaged.” ― Bessel A. van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma Let’s work on breathing today. Book an appointment today!
  • How can this help me?
    Working together will give you more clarity within your life experiences and tools to have a more fulfilled life. Individual therapy allows you to talk about challenging experiences in an empathetic, non judgmental, and confidential setting. Therapy is a collaborative process that utilizes evidence based practices to help you achieve your goals. This can help you adjust to or accept realities that feel otherwise impossible.
  • How long will this take?
    Clients typically have weekly sessions lasting 50 minutes. Each client has unique life experiences that will dictate the number of sessions they require. There are many factors that determine the length of therapy and we will consistently monitor progress towards your goals.
  • What is the difference between therapy and talking to friends and family?
    Rather than worrying about what a family member or friend may think, you are guaranteed a nonjudgmental and confidential environment in which you can learn about yourself and how to overcome obstacles. Rather than just offering support, therapy provides individuals with evidence based approaches to tackle challenges and see the world through a new lens.
  • Why use telehealth versus in person?
    One of the greatest benefits of telehealth is that is makes mental health services more accessible to people individuals who may otherwise not be able to receive services. You eliminate typical time and geographical constraints related to work, family, and other daily responsibilities. You have the convenience of seeking services from the comfort of your own home or private office. You do not need to account for commute time. Many individuals in rural settings fear they will be identified by other in parking lots or office waiting rooms. Tele health eliminates this fear.


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