Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW

7955 E. Arapahoe Ct.

Suite 1425

Centennial, CO 80112

 (720) 900-6000

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Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW has more than 14 years of experience helping women remove the barriers holding them back from the life they want.  As a trauma specialist and specialist in women's issues, Kimberley has extensive training and experience in resolving PTSD, anxiety, eating disorders, the challenges of pregnancy (including infertility and postpartum issues), and other concerns particular to women.  Over the years, she has helped hundreds of women reach their goals and change their lives.

Kimberley holds an MSW from Tulane University and has worked as a therapist in hospitals and counseling centers, supervised teams of counselors, and has been invited as a subject-matter expert to give talks and trainings in areas including anxiety, complex trauma, EMDR, mindfulness, DBT, and the treatment of eating disorders.

Feeling Stuck? How "little" traumas can be that sticking point

December 18, 2017

When we hear the word "trauma," we often think of the big things: an assault, as accident, or the death of a loved one.  We often don't think of the "smaller" traumas that we all have in our pasts.  These "little" traumas can include relationship loss, job loss, betrayal, bullying, among other things.  These are called "Little t" traumas, and they can actually have a big impact.

 

Trauma, whether big or "little," changes how we see ourselves, and these traumatic experiences change how we see the world.  Because of these changes, we are forced to adapt.  These adaptations work well to protect us in the short term, but they can often become obstacles that can keep us stuck in the long term.

 

To understand more about how "little" traumas can keep us stuck, tune into the video below:

 

 

 

 

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