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Trauma Release Approach

Many people are surprised by what their mind and body considers to be a traumatic experience, and often it sneaks up on you without you knowing it. Being yelled at, witnessing an accident or even reading a disturbing news article can trigger trauma. So can a life-changing experience, such as the death of a loved-one, childhood neglect and/ or sexual abuse. Trauma does not discriminate.

With the right Trauma Release Approach, you can develop resilience and skills to help cope and ultimately release the trauma. Cath Edwards provides a compassionate and safe place that will empower you to explore, understand and release your trauma. Cath is ready to listen to your story and help you understand the impact of this trauma in your life.

No one’s trauma is the same and it can be triggered by anything.
Trauma can live in our minds and bodies in so many different ways.

Traumatic experiences can be tough to “get over”

Here are just a few common forms that Cath can help you with

Life Transitions

There are many transitions that we face in life. Some transitions are easy, some are hard and some downright traumatic.

Anxiety and Depression

If you experience anxiety or depression, you may move between the two experiences.


There are many relationships that you can choose to have in your life.

Grief & Loss

Life inevitably brings us grief and loss. It is a part of the human legacy.


Experiencing or hearing about a traumatic event or multiple traumatic events can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Child Abuse Recovery

Trauma in early childhood can be particularly harmful. Many of my clients experience anxiety and depression from their experiences as a child.

Injury and pain

Life can be limiting when you have experienced an injury and acute pain. Some people don’t fully recover from the pain and develop chronic pain.

Illness and Cancer

Any life-threatening illness can cause trauma and high levels of distress.

Birth Trauma, Babies, Young Children & Adolescents

Up to one in three Australian women have experienced birth trauma


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About Cath Edwards

Actually, I am all about you. I will tell you a bit ‘about me’ shortly but my focus is on you and how I can support you. You are here because life has been ‘tuff’, or confusing, frustrating or down-right impossible at times.

Maybe you have emotions that are out of control and a nervous system that can’t settle. Perhaps you have lost interest in life’s amazing adventures and having some fun.

You may have experienced a number of traumas in your life or one big one. It could have occurred long ago, for a long time or more recently.

You have an unhealthy relationship with alcohol, food, cigarettes or TV, perhaps recreational drugs.

Maybe you just can’t put your finger on what has caused the way you feel and that’s Ok. We can figure that out together.

You are here because you want relief, you want to find a way forward.

You want peace and happiness.