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Treatment to heal from trauma can be a challenging, yet rewarding, experience. We may feel reluctant to enter treatment due to the number of defense mechanisms that we have built up to avoid feeling pain. When facing therapy and treatment, we may feel like we are getting close to emotional fires within ourselves. We walk away from the flames of our pain and avoid dealing with the pain. By avoiding our pain, we only live sort of “half-lives,” never fully engaging in the awesome and beautiful aspects that life has to offer us. The only way to truly grow from the pain of trauma is to walk through the pain to get to the other side. The Guest House is here to help those suffering from trauma feel what they have been avoiding. We can help those in need to walk through the pain.

On the other side of the flames is the life that we may want for ourselves. Through the fire is happiness, fulfillment, meaning, purpose, and understanding. We may feel discomfort moving through the flames, but this will pass as we learn ways to heal from our pain. We cannot heal from our pain when it is avoided. We cannot move on without moving forward. We might need support from others to get through to the other side. Other people have been there before us and want to see us on the other side. We do not need to live in the pain. We can heal and live the life that we deserve.


The Guest House encourages all of our clients to live the best life that they can. We want those suffering from trauma to understand that the only way to heal from pain is to stop avoiding the pain. Often, those suffering from trauma have become numb due to their emotional avoidance. They may feel only half-engaged in life as they avoid any discomfort or vulnerability. By walking through the fires of trauma, we can reach the other side of life. We can reach a life without pain and without numbness. We can learn to live a full life, where we can handle the full spectrum of human emotion. Give The Guest House a call today at (855) 483-7800 if you or a loved one are suffering from the effects of trauma. We are here to help. You are not alone.