Do Any of The Following Resonate With You?
- Feeling dirty, used, or broken
- Being on edge or anxious even when nothing bad is happening
- Difficulty with intimacy
- Struggling with shame over what you’ve been through
- A strong desire to make things better but not sure how
If so, Therapy Can Help.
If you experienced a sexual assault and you can’t stop thinking about it or feel like a different person because of it, you may be a good candidate for EMDR, PC, or Sensorimotor Psychotherapy to help you shift from coping to healing.
After our work my clients typically feel freed from the burden of shame & anxiety - the difficult memories no longer hold the same charge as before. You can expect to feel lighter, more connected to yourself & others, and move forward with your life with a renewed sense of purpose and well-being.
Hello, I'm Rachel Stanton
I am a trans & queer-affirmative therapist who helps people in Boston who have experienced sexual assault, sexual abuse, and other forms of trauma.
If you are suffering after being hurt or violated, I want you to know healing is possible. I welcome working with you in your healing journey.