Trauma and Divorce

Recovery Coaching

Rewire your Neural Pathways

 

 I offer flexible coaching that is based on your pace and your schedule.  As a Trauma Recovery Coach, I guide those going through and overcoming

-Divorce and Custody Battles
-Trauma
-Physical, Emotional, Verbal, Sexual, and Workplace Abuse
-Toxic Relationships
-Those that struggle with conflict
-Those that are looking to improve or find a relationship
-Those that need a self-worth boost and help unlocking potential

I have studied the effects of abuse, loss, and unhealthy relationships on self-worth, trust, depression and anxiety for almost fifteen years.  I have helped hundreds go from surviving to thriving.  I would like to be your collaborative partner on your journey to a happier and healthier self. 

 To book an online or in-person appointment please call  +1 909 730 3009 or text +1 909 260 5279 or email info@doctormonicaborschel.com 

Latest Blog Articles

Five tips for letting go of negativity

Five tips for letting go of negativity

The definition of negativity, according to the dictionary, is "the expression of criticism of or pessimism about something." The opposite of negativity is optimism. Being pessimistic or critical of ourselves and others can damage our self-worth and affect our mood....

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3 Ways to overcome your fear of divorce

3 Ways to overcome your fear of divorce

Getting a divorce should never be an easy decision. It can be an even harder decision if children are involved. You might be in a situation where the conflict is so high your children want you to get a divorce. Conflict can be traumatic and stressful for children and...

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Five Ways to Stay Emotionally Secure During a Divorce

Five Ways to Stay Emotionally Secure During a Divorce

A divorce might be one of the biggest challenges you have ever faced. Divorce can feel like you are starting from scratch. You might feel stigmatized or like a failure. Your friends and family try to be helpful, but they don't always understand. As a result, you feel...

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Five Ways You Might Be Harming Your Relationship

Five Ways You Might Be Harming Your Relationship

When people date, they usually put their best foot forward. They want to be liked back. Dopamine, the neurotransmitter that is linked to reward, is high. This leads to feeling euphoria and excitement to see the other person. However, over time the excitement fades,...

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To Forgive or Not

To Forgive or Not

Placing Blame – When something negative happens, people often look to place blame on themselves or others.  If you can blame yourself, then perhaps you can avoid the same mishap from happening again.  If you blame someone else, it removes some of the heavy feelings of...

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What trauma therapy is and isn’t

What trauma therapy is and isn’t

Trauma therapy is for those struggling with hypervigilance, anxiety, agitation, relationship struggles, past abuse, grief, loss, custody, divorce, and lack of trust in themselves and others. Past abuse and trauma can make us feel insecure and unsafe. It can also harm...

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