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15 hours ago
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QCH practitioner, Gill Wood, has had many years of experience in helping people with range of issues. She has particular expertise in trauma work. Take a look at this little video which can help you with your challenges. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago
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When you were growing up, you may not have learned to deal with life’s challenges and trauma, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t learn how to look after your mental wellbeing now. QCH practitioners don’t just do therapy, they will help you with lifelong skills so you can create your life, your way. ... See MoreSee Less

When you were growing up, you may not have learned to deal with life’s challenges and trauma, but this doesn’t mean that you can’t learn how to look after your mental wellbeing now. QCH practitioners don’t just do therapy, they will help you with lifelong skills so you can create your life, your way.
3 days ago
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It can be scary to seek help when you’re struggling with trauma because you might think that by getting help you have to re-live the event. QCH therapists are trained in various therapeutic techniques to support you in a safe way. You don’t have to re-live your trauma. >>> www.qchpa.com ... See MoreSee Less

It can be scary to seek help when you’re struggling with trauma because you might think that by getting help you have to re-live the event. QCH therapists are trained in various therapeutic techniques to support you in a safe way. You don’t have to re-live your trauma. >>> www.qchpa.com
4 days ago
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While trauma is not always PTSD, it can develop into it. Like with everything, there are many misconceptions about what PTSD is. It’s important to realise that your feelings are valid and if you are struggling, to reach out. ... See MoreSee Less

While trauma is not always PTSD, it can develop into it.  Like with everything, there are many misconceptions about what PTSD is. It’s important to realise that your feelings are valid and if you are struggling, to reach out.
5 days ago
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When we talk about trauma, it’s important to understand that not all trauma is PTSD. Trauma can be caused by events you found very stressful, frightening or distressing, that others might not have done. If you are struggling, no matter how small the struggle might seem to others, your feelings are valid and there is help out there. >>> www.qchpa.com ... See MoreSee Less

When we talk about trauma, it’s important to understand that not all trauma is PTSD.  Trauma can be caused by events you found very stressful, frightening or distressing, that others might not have done. If you are struggling, no matter how small the struggle might seem to others, your feelings are valid and there is help out there. >>> www.qchpa.com
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QCH practitioner, Gill Wood, has had many years of experience in helping people with range of issues. She has particular expertise in trauma work. Take a look at this little video which can help you with your challenges.

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When you were growing up, you may not have learned to deal with life’s challenges but this doesn’t mean that you can’t learn how to look after your mental wellbeing now. QCH don’t just do therapy, we'll help you with lifelong skills so you can create your life, your way.

It can be scary to seek help when you’re struggling because you might think that by getting help you have to re-live the event. QCH therapists are trained in various therapeutic techniques to support you in a safe way. You don’t have to re-live it. >>> https://www.qchpa.com

While trauma is not always PTSD, it can develop into it. Like with everything, there are many misconceptions about what PTSD is. It’s important to realise that your feelings are valid and if you are struggling, to reach out.

It’s important to understand that not all trauma is PTSD. Trauma can be caused by events you found very stressful, frightening or distressing, that others might not have done. If you are struggling, no matter how small the struggle might seem to others, your feelings are valid

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