Many people carry the impact of trauma in both their physical body and mind, often without any awareness. Trauma can affect how a person moves, live their life, communicates and how they feel both physically and emotionally.
Trauma can happen to us in many different ways and can be either overt obvious or covert hidden or subtle.
Insecure attachments influence the developing brain, which in turn affect future interactions with others, self-esteem, self-control, and the ability to learn and to achieve optimum mental and physical health.
At the London Therapy Centre we approach trauma with an in-depth understanding of both the psychological and physical effects and integrates the Neuro Affective Relational Mode l(NARM) with the work of Pia Mellody to help you safely recover from the impact of childhood wounds.