Trauma-based & Family Psychotherapy For Angry, Anxious, Depressed, and Frustrated Families

Trauma Language: Understanding & Identifying It

Trauma language Trauma language could be anything that keeps you stuck in a negative cycle.

It could be anything that you have “learned” to say to yourself and about yourself on a daily basis.

It could also be anything negative that others close to you have always said about or to you.

Being able to identify your “trauma language” and the impact it can have on you over time is extremely important.

In this article (and video) I discuss trauma language.

Trauma language often tends to be ingrained in the heart and mind as a result of the language being repetitive.

The language has a way of breaking down your sense of self, your identity, and your confidence. Without the ability to correctly identify, understand, and then “fight against” the obsessive language you are likely to feel depressed, anxious, and defeated.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy focuses on “negative self-talk” and “negative attributions” which have a major impact on how we perceive our lives and our reality. With an awareness of how our language impacts us emotionally and psychologically, we can strive to change what we say to ourselves so that we can then design a fair and accurate picture of our lives.


In this video, I discuss this concept further:


As always, I wish you well

*CORONA VIRUS UPDATE1050 Lincoln Way, Ste 1 - Pittsburgh PA

States across the nation are passing laws, reducing restrictions, and enacting new regulations to help support the transition from stay-at-home orders to the normal flow of life again.

To keep everyone at Anchored Child & Family Counseling safe, I will only be opening the office for in-person sessions 1 day of the week. The other days of the week will consist of teletherapy sessions until the mask wearing restrictions are reduced or eliminated and corona virus cases have gone down.

My office assistant and I will be monitoring insurance policies for any changes to corona-related cost share, copayment, and coinsurance policies. I will be checking and rechecking insurance policies to ensure you will be covered for teletherapy. At this time, all major insurance companies (UPMC, Highmark, Aetna, Optum/United, and Cigna) are continuing to provide coverage for teletherapy into September 2020.

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Thank you



Támara Hill, MS, NCC, CCTP, LPC

Licensed Child & Family Therapist
National Board Certified Counselor
Internationally Certified Trauma Therapist

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