Root-Cause Trauma Coach, Harmony Major, CRP, CSFCHi, I’m Harmony Major, CRP, CHHC, CSFC, a childhood trauma survivor and root-cause trauma coach for business, entrepreneurial, and career professionals.

That means I help you address the root of whatever problems old trauma is causing in your professional career.

As a professional trauma recovery coach, certified and rigorously trained in areas like Psychological and Emotional Resilience, Solution-Focused Coaching, Master-Level Reiki Therapy, and Hypnotherapy.

I use these tools–plus training in the biology of stress and neuroscience of trauma–to help devoted leaders like you release the past and power forward in your career with greater calm, clarity, and confidence.

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What’s a Trauma Coach—and How Can One Help You?

A trauma coach helps us see and stop the hidden patterns slowing our personal and professional growth.

Basically, a trauma coach is a certified professional, rigorously trained to help you:

  • understand how past trauma is shaping your present-day behavior;
  • use that insight to set specific goals to improve your future;
  • learn, commit to, and adopt new coping strategies that make reaching those goals easier;
  • recognize and navigate present-day situations that may be retraumatizing you;
  • discover new resources and tools to better cope with stress in your life and business;
  • identify when therapy or counseling may be a more helpful fit than coaching.

Here at Energetic Harmony, we focus on these in the context of how they impact your career growth today.

Because you can find a trauma recovery life coach pretty easily with a simple search.

It’s much harder to find trauma recovery career and business coaches.

Where career is concerned, a trauma coach will help you see and navigate the myriad ways the past affects your present, so you can better achieve your life and professional goals.

Book a private call with me, to see if we’re a fit.

Childhood Trauma Changes Our Lives and Our Careers.

I can help you see how—and take control.


Traumatic events literally change the brain, body, and behavior.

Meaning what we go through in our past literally shapes how we navigate life and career as adults.

For instance, in Trauma Effects on Career: Are Tough Past Events Slowing Your Present-Day Growth?, I explain how one woman’s early complex trauma and emotional abuse became a fear of public speaking… that affects the growth of her business.

As a complex trauma survivor myself, I know how impossible it can feel to break old thought and habit patterns that kept you safe as a child.

Especially when most of them are subconscious.

Our past shapes our future in so many hidden ways.

One of THE most important things we can do to build a stronger career is heal childhood trauma’s lasting effects.

That’s where a compassionate, well-trained, intuitive trauma coach can help you take life and business to another level.

How Does Trauma Affect Decision Making?

Unresolved trauma can affect our ability and quality of decision-making in a number of ways:

  • irritability and impatience, causing rushed decisions;
  • “analysis paralysis,” or inability to choose at all;
  • difficulty staying focused on the details needed to make decisions;
  • racing, scattered, or intrusive thoughts that slow decision making;
  • cloudy thinking or “brain fog” making it hard to follow complex thoughts to completion;
  • challenges remembering things you need to be able to make a decision;
  • difficulty focusing on long-term consequences of present-day decisions;
  • many other ways.

Of course, any of these may also be symptoms of mental or physical illness. It’s important to consult with a licensed, qualified medical or mental health provider, not a trauma coach, if you suspect you might have a medical problem.


How Trauma Recovery Coaches Differ from Therapists

Our TRANSCEND℠ program isn’t therapy; it’s a special type of growth coaching for leaders.

But What’s the Difference Between Coaching and Therapy?

Ask either type of provider, and you’ll get a slightly different answer. says:

[Coaches] distinguish themselves from therapists most clearly in their focus on helping clients progress on concrete, specific, action-oriented goals.

That’s the main difference with us, too.

Coaching is geared toward helping you get closer to a tangible goal you set. We help you work on behaviors or blocks so that you can achieve that goal. Like:

  • Launching a product by a certain date.
  • Being able to promote yourself without that fear > self-sabotage cycle.
  • Reaching a certain income bracket by a particular date.
  • Overcoming money blocks, so you can promote the business more consistently.
  • Etc.

Therapy is often geared toward looser, less tangible goals:

  • Feel more confident.
  • Troubleshoot and stop feelings of inadequacy.
  • Stop feeling depressed.
  • Reduce anxiety in social situations.

But that’s not always true. It depends on the professional you choose. For more info and distinctions, see The Difference Between Coaching and Therapy? Ask Your Provider.

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