Courtney Armstrong – trauma informed therapy
 

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“5-Steps for Healing a Traumatic Memory.”

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If you’re fed up with the same old strategies, and need fresh ideas for healing trauma, depression, and anxiety, then you’ve come to the right place.  

Neuroscience is finally supporting what we’ve intuitively known as therapists: people don’t heal through logical analysis of an event, logic, people heal through felt experiences. That’s because the area of the brain where our emotional memories, attachment schemas and behavior patterns are stored learns through experiences, and is not really fazed by verbal reasoning or analytical discussion.

Fortunately, creating felt, healing experiences that also rewire the brain is easier than you think. Discover for yourself by checking out my articles and podcasts here, or grabbing one of my books, or downloading free worksheets you can use. To really supercharge your skills, join me at an upcoming training event like my Trauma Informed Hypnotherapy certification program, or one of my 1-day workshops filled with experiential, brain-based techniques.

My intention is not just to help you grow professionally, but to also help you grow personally in a supportive, environment filled with inspiring activities and evidence-based strategies that clear emotional blocks and promote inner healing. I’m delighted you are here and look forward to connecting with you. – Courtney

What people are saying

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    “Out of all the workshops I have gone to in recent memory, this workshop was the most informative applicable. I learned many new skills and ways of approaching therapy – something I can actually use. I find that piece to often be lacking in the seminars I’ve been to. Courtney’s attitude, teaching style, use of role plays, media, etc. it was great!” 

    Becky Davidson,
    LCSW, Chattanooga, Tennessee

  • TaraDickherber1

    I have attended numerous trainings by Courtney. She’s an amazing therapist, inspiring and understanding trainer, and an incredible writer. Courtney brings everything she knows from the therapeutic process to neuroscience and makes it all understandable and interesting. Anyone who gets a chance to train with her, see her professionally, or read one of her books will be glad they did!” 

    Tara Dickherber, LPC 
    St. Charles, Missouri

  • Christinetotterdale

    May I take this opportunity to say that taking Courtney’s online course has been – hands down –  one of the best decisions I’ve made both professionally and personally. She has a way of teaching that is not only informative but also engaging and accessible. What I’ve learned has already made a huge difference in my practice and outlook.

    Christine Totterdale, Dip Hyp, CS, MHS 
    United Kingdom

  • Battle_Allen

    Courtney presented one of the most profitable workshops I have ever attended on trauma. The insights are brilliant. Thank you for a superlative experience.”

    Alan Battle Ph. D, ABPP
    Chief, Division of Clinical Psychology, UT Medical Group

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    I have known Courtney for some time and find her to be skilled as a presenter/speaker, deeply knowledgeable about her subject area (resilience and traumatic stress among other areas), and in general one of the kindest and generous people you could meet. I hope you get a chance to see or read her work. – 

    Bill O’Hanlon, LMFT 
    Speaker, and Author of over 30 books

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