Here is how you can offer your client a reparative experience in the way that you respond to their painful disclosures of trauma.

2 thoughts on "How to Respond to Disclosures of Trauma"

  1. Thank you, Lisa. Great advice. It is very hard to hear about traumatic experiences, and these words are not only grounding for the client, but help create healthy boundaries in the therapuetic relationship.

    1. lisaferentz says:

      Thank you, Vivian! I appreciate your awareness about the need for client safety, emotional regulation, and healthy boundaries!

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