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At Wings of the Future, we offer Individual Trauma Coaching Sessions, Family Trauma Coaching, and Couples Trauma Coaching. Let’s take a look at the different types of Trauma Coaching options available at Wings of the Future Trauma Coaching and choose the one that works the best for you.


Individual Trauma Coaching offers 1-on-1 consulting geared towards resolving personal issues and identifying the root of the generational or relationship trauma to start the healing process. Personal negative experiences from the past may be holding you back from achieving your full potential and leading a fulfilling life. If you feel stuck or lost, individual Trauma Coaching and trauma coaching can help you address the core issues. It will help you re-discover yourself


Couples Trauma Coaching is suited for couples going through a significant transition in life or simply a rough patch in the relationship. Working with a therapist or trauma coach will help you understand your partner, maintain your individual identity, and set the right expectations in the relationship. The healing process will help you and your partner enhance the bond and bring back the lost spark in the relationship. Couples Trauma Coaching is suitable for couples experiencing trouble in a relationship due to the relationship trauma of one or both partners.


Family Trauma Coaching caters to the need of the whole family. It is important to understand that the trauma of one individual may affect others that are near and dear to them. This is especially true when that individual is a parent, as parents play an integral role in setting the children on the path to living a happy and meaningful life. When parents struggle with trauma, it can affect the whole family. This is where family Trauma Coaching comes in. It is also suitable for a family that went through a traumatic or negative experience together, such as a loss of a family member.