The after-effects of experiencing, witnessing, or even learning about a traumatic event could be exceptionally hard to navigate.  Certain events could be overwhelmingly exhausting on our mental health and frequently the stress factors don't go away for months or even years to come.  People are unique, therefore it is reasonable the way each of us handles trauma is unique.


Trauma can be from any age and is usually associated with accidents, physical, verbal and/or sexual abuse, physical pain or any emotional pain that we can’t handle or cope with at that moment. There are many names associated with this type of trauma:  Bipolar, Manic-Depressive, DID (Dissociation Identity Disorder), Alternate Personalities, MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder) or PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Our Heavenly Father gave us the bible as a “self-help” guide to help us overcome. 

God has amazing plans for you (Jeremiah 29:11) and the pain you feel now is not what God has in store for you.


If you have undergone a very stressful or upsetting event that is left you feeling helpless and emotionally out of control, you might have been traumatized.  Emotional injury can leave you battling with troubling emotions, memories, and nervousness which will not go away. It may also leave you feeling numb, disconnected, and not able to trust other men and women. 


He heals the brokenhearted And binds up their wounds. (Psalm 147:3)


Emotional and mental injury (trauma) is the result of exceptionally stressful events that violate your awareness of safety, which makes you feel helpless in a harmful world.  Traumatic experiences frequently involve a danger to life or security, but any circumstance that leaves you feeling isolated and overwhelmed can lead to trauma, even though it does not involve bodily injury.  It is not the goal circumstances that determine if an event is traumatic, but also your abstract psychological experience of this occasion. The more fearful and helpless you feel, the more inclined you should be traumatized.  


Emotional and psychological trauma can be caused by:

  • One-time events, such as an crash, injury, or a violent assault, physical, verbal or sexual abuse, bodily pain, especially if it was unexpected or happened in childhood.

  • Ongoing, persistent anxiety, like living in a crime-ridden area, combating a life-threatening illness or experiencing traumatic events that happen differently, such as bullying, domestic violence, or childhood neglect.

  • Commonly overlooked causes, such as operation (particularly in the first 3 years of life), the abrupt death of someone close, the separation of a substantial relationship, or even a humiliating or profoundly disappointing experience, particularly when someone was intentionally cruel.

The LORD is near to the brokenhearted And saves those who are crushed in spirit. (Psalm 34:18)​

The way we deal with this trauma is to disassociate. We disassociate by not remembering our past hurts, past hurts caused at any age by friends, family and strangers. Since those past hurts (soul wounds) haven’t been healed by Jesus they open the doorway which gives the enemy a legal right to torment us (Matthew 18:23-35). The enemy torments us through these past soul wounds and it can affect us in our minds (with feelings of hopelessness that bring with it elevated emotions such as depression, fear, anxiety, anger, rejection, abandonment or despair) it can also affect us in our bodies (with sickness, pain, undiagnosed medical conditions or pain or illness that moves around the body).

There are many names that the psychiatric community has for these wounds: Bipolar, Manic-Depressive, DID (Dissociation Identity Disorder), Alternate Personalities, MPD (Multiple Personality Disorder), PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) to name just a few.

​There are over 73 bible verses in the New Testament where Jesus, his disciples and apostles either were given the commission or performed inner healing and deliverance on people. Even the Jewish leaders in Jesus's day practiced exorcisms (Acts 19:13-16 ). Today being a inner healer and exorcist isn't talked about much in today's church. However we can see a growing number of people in the world broken and trying to find biblical help for freedom.

In the United States, 61 percent of men and 51 percent of women report exposure to at least one lifetime traumatic event, and 90 percent of clients in public behavioral health care settings have experienced trauma.

Jesus taught his disciples how to perform inner healing and deliverance (Matthew 10:1) because Jesus knew that these traumatic events in our lives are powerful weapons that the enemy uses against us (Matthew 6:25-34).


The trauma or abuse can be an entry point for demons. When someone says they are tormented by anxiety, fear, guilt, anger or any other emotion, there is a strong possibility that they have deep soul wounds that are being tormented by demons. The demons won’t leave until the wounds are completely healed.


I specialize in getting to the root of the dissociative, wounded parts of the soul and getting them healed, permanently.



While traumatic events may occur to anyone, you're more likely to be traumatized by an event if you are currently under a heavy stress load, have recently suffered a series of losses, or have been traumatized before--particularly if the prior injury occurred in childhood. Childhood injury can result from anything that disturbs a child's sense of security, including:


  • An unstable or dangerous environment

  • Separation from a parent

  • Serious illness

  • Intrusive medical procedures

  • Sexual, physical, or verbal abuse

  • Domestic violence

  • Neglect


Experiencing trauma in childhood may result in a severe and long-term effect. When childhood injury isn't resolved, a sense of fear and helplessness carries over into maturity, setting the stage for more trauma.

Trust in the LORD with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him, and he will make straight your paths. (Proverbs 3:5-6)


We all react to trauma in different ways, having a broad range of physical and emotional reactions. There's no "right" or "incorrect" way to think, feel, or react, so don't judge your personal responses or those of other people. Your responses are NORMAL reactions to ABNORMAL events.


Emotional symptoms:

  • Shock, denial, or disbelief

  • Confusion, difficulty concentrating

  • Anger, irritability, mood swings

  • Anxiety and fear

  • Guilt, shame, self-blame

  • Withdrawing from others

  • Feeling sad or hopeless

  • Feeling disconnected or numb

Physical symptoms:

  • Insomnia or nightmares

  • Fatigue

  • Being startled easily

  • Difficulty concentrating

  • Racing heartbeat

  • Edginess and agitation

  • Aches and pains

  • Muscle tension



Trauma symptoms normally last from a few days to a few months, gradually evaporating as you process the unsettling occasion. But even when you feel better, you might be troubled from time to time by painful memories or emotions—especially in response to triggers such as an anniversary of the event or something which reminds one of the trauma. 

If your emotional trauma symptoms don't ease up, or should they become even worse and you realize that you are unable to move on in case for a lengthy time period, you might be experiencing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). While emotional trauma is a standard reaction to a troubling event, it becomes PTSD as soon as your nervous system has "stuck" and you stay in psychological shock, unable to make sense of exactly what happened or procedure your emotions.

Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand. (Isaiah 41:10)

Whether or not a traumatic event involves death, you as a survivor must manage the loss, at least briefly, of your awareness of security. The natural response to this loss is despair. Like people who have lost a loved one, you need to experience a grieving procedure. The following tips may help you cope with the feeling of despair, heal from the trauma, and move on with your life.


Recovering from trauma takes some time, and everybody heals at their own speed. However, if weeks have passed and your symptoms are not letting up, you might need expert help from a Christian trauma specialist that focuses on healing your trauma at the root in Jesus name.

Seek help for Injury if you Are:

  • Having difficulty working at home or work

  • Experiencing acute anxiety, nervousness, or depression

  • Struggling to form intimate, fulfilling relationships

  • Experiencing terrifying memories, nightmares, or flashbacks

  • Avoiding more and more anything which reminds you of the injury

  • Emotionally numb and disconnected from other people

  • Using drugs or alcohol to feel better

Heal me, O LORD, and I shall be healed; Save me, and I shall be saved, For You are my praise. (Jeremiah 17:14)​

The whole process is peaceful, very thorough and absolutely confidential. 

The LORD is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. (Psalm 34:18)