Healing from Trauma

Dr. Michael Picucci is and expert with over 30 years of experience when it comes to supporting life-changing resolutions for clients healing from trauma. 

Getting Help and Moving Forward

Following a life-altering event, it can be vital to work with a professional that specializes in healing from trauma. You may need trauma resolution if you find yourself:

  • Avoiding any potentially stressful situation
  • Avoiding people and places that remind you of the trauma
  • Panicking in social situations you cannot escape
  • Hiding your feelings of anxiety and fear
  • Withdrawing from relationships with loved ones
  • Struggling to fall asleep
  • Reliving the trauma in dreams and flashbacks
  • Suffering in your performance at work
  • Drinking or abusing drugs to mask your problems
  • Avoiding plans for the future
  • Thinking about suicide
  • Feeling like you’re facing everything alone

Rather than struggle through this difficult time, turn to Dr. Picucci for help so that you can move forward with your life. To set up an appointment or consultation, contact Michael here.

A Note from Dr. Picucci on Healing from Trauma

Trauma is an emotional wound or shock often with long-lasting effects. These effects deregulate our Central Nervous Systems and energetic conditioned patterning, cutting us off from others and concealed parts of ourselves. This can be a great source of suffering.

Over the last two decades we have discovered and used techniques to resolve the crippling affects of unresolved trauma. I work with Peter A. Levine’s Somatic Experiencing® (SE) method which he developed as an early and highly effective resolution process. To learn more about Somatic Experiencing® and its community, visit the Somatic Experiencing Trauma Institute

I studied Somatic Experiencing® intensely for several years in the late 90’s, realizing a truth in his words, “A trauma resolved is a gift from the gods.” I observe this reality daily in my practice.

Important note: In healing from trauma, we focus on what/where is constriction or discontent with less attention on the story of how you experienced the trauma itself. This is a no-shame, no-blame, right-here, right now healing method and recounting our story over and over again can slow our process of transcending the trauma.

Further Reading

Michael published an article on trauma and how anyone can utilize Source Energy to experience complete recovery from unresolved trauma. To read the article on trauma and connection, following this link to GoodTherapy.org.