Emotional Regulation

You Don't Have to Live Like This

Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Fear, PTSD.

You don’t have to live like this.

I can help you resolve any emotional difficulty, quickly and permanently without leaving the comfort of your home.

The Process:
*I guide you through a series of steps to identify the emotional trigger and,
*Your attention is directed to your physical sensations associated with the reaction.

The Best Part Is:
You are conscious during the entire process
There is no need to revisit or trigger original trauma
There is no physical contact.
I guarantee resolution.

1 or more sessions may be required (with no additional charge).



After I was separated from the US Navy for depression caused by sexual trauma, I spent years, and years, searching for relief. I had a dollar for every time I had to talk about “the incident” with no resolution, I’d be a richer than Bill Gates. I drank because the antidepressants didn’t work. I lost every job I had because I was too depressed to get out of bed. I was suicidal. I fought for years with the Veterans Administration for disability benefits and came very close to being homeless on several occasions.

Things got worse after the birth of my daughter. I had postpartum depression, anxiety, and psychosis. I felt unable to care for myself or my family and my suicidal thoughts became unbearable. Even after reaching a point of stabilization through antidepressants and weekly therapy sessions, I still struggled daily with depression and anxiety. I was only able to do the bare minimum and I felt like I was treading water and about to drown. I was exhausted.

After one session to regulate my anxiety surrounding not being able to take care of my daughter, the feeling of dread I used to get around her disappeared. I no longer feel like I’m a “bad mom” and not having that constant anxiety has freed up my energy for more important things… like actually enjoying my daughter.


(Ms Pissed)

Trish Graves is a creative nonfiction writer and a US Navy veteran who lives on a grass fed cattle ranch with her husband and daughter, and dreams of becoming the salty Martha Stewart of the ranching world. She writes about her ranch and more on her blog, thelazy8ranch.com. She is currently working on a memoir which provides perspective on military sexual assault, living with post-traumatic stress disorder, dealing with the Veterans Administration, and the impact these experiences have on every aspect of her life.

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