Forge a New Path Forward

It’s time to trade overwhelm and insecurity for confident peace.

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I wisely listen, act, and partner with people in transformational journeys in healing in childhood trauma and high anxiety.

  1. You’ve got the drive for success, and the track record to prove it, but you still feel empty inside.

You are the first to the office every day. You work harder and smarter than everyone else, and it shows. You thought things would feel different by now, that you’d be able to have a moment to take a breath finally. Instead, you are consistently worried that if you slow down for even a minute, everything will slip right through your fingers.

  1. You can’t relax.

You go on vacations. You sit in the sand, cocktail in hand, watching your kids play in the waves, but your mind is racing and your heart is in your throat with fear of what will happen to all you aren’t attending to right now. You feel incapable of being in the moment, consistently concerned about work, the future, and maintaining the life you have. You live in a constant state of overwhelm.

  1. You never feel like you fit in.

Sure, you have friends, but you struggle to find deep, meaningful relationships. Even with your partner, things feel more like a business partnership. Being known feels scary and unsafe because of the countless ways you’ve been let down and betrayed by others you once trusted.

  1. The details of your childhood are fuzzy.

You give your family the benefit of the doubt, but you can’t kick the feeling that something was off. Even though you talk to them on a somewhat regular basis, you leave the conversations with a sense of emptiness and powerlessness.

  1. From the outside everything, your life is amazing, but from the inside, you’re not satisfied and empty.

You keep thinking, when I get the next promotion or when the kids are older, things will be more fulfilling, but with each achieved goal the pit in your stomach only gets bigger.

You’re driven by something, but you don’t know what the problem is exactly. That’s where I come in.

Your life can be fulfilling, safe, successful, and have meaningful relationships. You don’t see the road to get there, but I can help you find it. You need a guide to lead you to find your way and fill the voids in your life. Untangling complex trauma and healing from it takes someone with a delicate and effective approach. As a therapist for childhood trauma and high functioning anxiety, I use Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and Internal Family Systems (IFS) approaches to help my clients on their journey to discovering the problem, finding the path forward, and ultimately uncovering a life of peace.

Laura Beaver

Licensed Master Social Worker

I am a Licensed Master Social Worker under supervision for my clinical social work license by Jessica Glenn, LCSW-S. She is a therapist specializing in childhood trauma, complex trauma, traumatic grief and high-functioning anxiety.

Under Section 2799B-6 of the Public Health Service Act, the “No Surprises Act,” you have a right to receive a “good faith estimate” explaining how much your therapy services will cost. Healthcare providers are required to provide clients who do not have insurance or who choose not to use their insurance for therapy services with an estimate of the cost of those services.

• You have the right to receive a Good Faith Estimate for the total cost of therapy services

• Make sure your therapist gives you a Good Faith Estimate in writing at least 1 business day before your appointment. You may also ask your therapist for a Good Faith Estimate before you schedule an appointment.

• If you receive a bill that is at least $400 more than your Good Faith Estimate you can dispute the bill.

• Make sure to save a copy of your Good Faith Estimate.

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