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My name is Haley Jane, and I help people to heal their childhood trauma, end the cycle of self sabotage, rebuild their confidence, and cultivate a healthy self esteem.

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Studies show that having a traumatic childhood can have profound and lasting effects on an individual's physical, emotional, and psychological well-being. These effects can manifest in various ways, depending on the nature of the trauma, its severity, and the support systems available.

Some long-term effects of childhood trauma may include:

  • Mental Health Issues: Childhood trauma increases the risk of developing mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and dissociative disorders.

  • Emotional Dysregulation: Trauma can lead to difficulties in regulating emotions, resulting in intense mood swings, emotional numbness, or hypersensitivity.

  • Low Self-Esteem: Trauma can contribute to feelings of worthlessness, self-blame, and a negative self-image, affecting self-esteem and self-confidence.

  • Attachment Issues: Trauma can disrupt healthy attachment patterns, leading to difficulties forming and maintaining healthy relationships due to trust and intimacy issues.

  • Self-Destructive Behaviors: Individuals who experienced childhood trauma may engage in self-destructive behaviors such as substance abuse, self-harm, or risky sexual behavior as coping mechanisms.

  • Physical Health Consequences: Trauma has been linked to physical health issues, including chronic pain, autoimmune disorders, and cardiovascular problems.

  • Dissociation: Trauma survivors might experience dissociation, a coping mechanism where one feels disconnected from their own body or surroundings as a way to escape distressing emotions.

  • Flashbacks and Intrusive Memories: Individuals with trauma may experience vivid flashbacks or intrusive memories related to the traumatic event, often accompanied by feelings of fear and distress.

  • Hyperarousal and Hypervigilance: Trauma can lead to a state of constant alertness and hypervigilance, where individuals are always on edge, anticipating potential threats.

  • Avoidance: People who have experienced trauma might avoid reminders of the traumatic event, which can interfere with their daily life and prevent proper processing of the trauma.

  • Cognitive Distortions: Trauma can lead to distorted thinking patterns, negative self-talk, and irrational beliefs about the world and oneself.

  • Impact on Self-Identity: Trauma can challenge one's sense of self and personal identity, causing confusion about values, beliefs, and purpose in life.

  • Difficulty Coping with Stress: Trauma survivors may struggle with managing stress and adapting to new challenges, often feeling overwhelmed by even minor stressors.

  • Social Isolation: The effects of trauma can lead to social withdrawal, making it difficult to connect with others and engage in social activities.

  • Reenactment: Some individuals unconsciously repeat patterns or situations resembling the traumatic experience, potentially putting themselves in harmful situations.

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YOU ARE NOT ALONE

For those of us who have experienced childhood trauma and neglect, there is hope. When left unresolved it can cause obstacles in our adulthood, however we have the power to heal and to change our story for good.

What is Inner Child Healing?

Inner child healing is an incredibly deep dive into our current state of being. We take time to uncover the beliefs, habits, and attitudes that are keeping us stuck, and we understand the purpose of their presence in our life.

 

Many times these 'inconvenient' behaviors are in a way protecting us from something, because deep down our inner child has come to believe that the world is not a safe place.

With new understanding, we see ourselves differently, and we get to write a new and empowered story that will support our growth and evolution forward. We learn to compassionately hold space for the old ways of being to slowly melt away, as a new, healed, and mature version of self begins to unfold.

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If you are ready to dive in and begin your healing journey, then this is your invitation to book a FREE Discovery call, and get started today!

During our time together you will...

  • Understand the root cause of your addictive behaviors and self sabotaging tendencies, so you can gain control over your emotions and take charge of your life.

  • Break free from your shell, overcome fears of self expression, and proudly shine your light with confidence.

  • Heal your abandonment wounds, and learn to open your heart to attract healthy, loving, supportive relationships.

  • Let go of external validation and perfectionism so you can give yourself the freedom to be YOU again.

  • Stop taking on other people’s responsibilities, set firm boundaries, and take up the space you deserve to have in this world.

  • Transform your inner critic into a powerful loving guide that will support you throughout life's many challenges.

  • Learn how to hear your intuition and learn to trust your inner voice so you can begin relying on yourself rather than needing someone else's advice or approval.

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This journey is for you if...

  • ​You find yourself stumbling on limiting beliefs such as: "I'm unloveable, I'm unworthy, or I'm not good enough".

  • You’re constantly living in the past, ruminating about things that have happened to you, holding onto resentments and struggling to find peace.

  • You have a low self esteem, lack confidence, and are really hard on yourself.

  • You prioritise other people before yourself, have trouble setting boundaries, and are always taking on other people's responsibilities.

  • You struggle to make progress in your career, and in your relationships with others, because of some unresolved wounds from your childhood.

  • You get easily overwhelmed, and tend to react or give into impulses when you're pushed to your edge.

  • You’re sick and tired of your past experiences ruining your chance to create a successful future.

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You do not have to take this journey alone!

Book a FREE Discovery call, and get started today!

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