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Resilient Emotions with Tara

"Sometimes it takes emotional overwhelm to guide you to work on yourself"

Past Traumas,
Past Emotional Life Events,

Birth Trauma, Perinatal Anxiety 

  Perinatal Low Mood or Depression  

Resilient Emotions with Tara

Welcome to Resilient Emotions with Tara

Birth Trauma Support

Resilient Emotions with Tara offers trauma support services for parents at any stage during their perinatal journey or after a traumatic birth experience . 

Perinatal Anxiety Support

Resilient Emotions with Tara offers gentle and effective, support tools and resources to help with understanding perinatal anxiety and manage its symptoms.

Perinatal Depression Treatment

Perinatal Depression Support

Perinatal Depression is a common experience for many new mothers. 

If you’re suffering from perinatal depression,  Resilient Emotions with Tara offers gentle and empathetic supports to help you manage and guide you through this time in your life.

Support Through Loss

Support With Baby Loss

As a specialist in perinatal trauma, Resilient Emotions with Tara offers a range of therapeutic supports to help women who have experienced child loss through illness, miscarriage or birth.

Trauma Support

Trauma Support

Resilient Emotions with Tara offers neuroscience-based trauma support, tools and techniques.

Support for clients who have experienced any kind of trauma including, childhood trauma,  

medical trauma, accidents, personal attacks, 

the loss of a  career, business or relationship, 

and more.

Anxiety Management Support

If anxiety is getting in the way of living your life to the fullest, Resilient Emotions with Tara offers gentle but effective, anxiety support tools and techniques. 

Supporting  you to manage your anxiety symptoms and feel more in control.


About Resilient Emotions with Tara

Havening Techniques® & Perinatal Emotional Wellbeing  Practitioner, Registered General Nurse

Tara Whelan

Are you feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious?
Have you experienced a past trauma or stressful life event that may be holding you back?
Do you feel like you are stuck in life and are finding it difficult to move forward?
Do you want to feel like your best self again more in control of your mind, thoughts, actions and behaviors?
Ok we need to Talk.

Hi, my name is Tara Whelan and  I am  the creator of Resilient Emotions.

I am passionate about supporting people who may be  struggle emotionally with past traumatic life events, anxiety, birth trauma or perinatal anxiety. 

If you are struggling emotionally, feeling stuck or anxious, I am here to support and guide you.

I love helping people move on from feeling emotionally overwhelmed from past life events or experiences that may be keeping them stuck in the present, to a more empowered solution focused future, one your mind desires.
I am passionate about my process because that once was me!
Emotionally overwhelmed, stuck and struggling.

I was struggling after experiencing perinatal trauma that I did not recognise. 

The effects of this experience followed me into my second pregnancy and made the transition into parenthood a difficult one.

One full of anxiety and struggle and I was totally unaware of what was actually  wrong with me.

 This coupled with past childhood experiences, poor self-beliefs and the recession in 2009, my resilience bucket overflowed into complete overwhelm and I needed help. I did the healthy thing out of necessity & sought out the support and guidance I needed at that time. 

I needed to secure the family foundation!
Out of that experience came deeper insight into emotional wellbeing and how our past life experiences can impact our present & future.

I combine all that I know now from my own traumatic experiences, with my new knowledge and training with TBR Collage of Perinatal Emotional Wellbeing, Havening Techniques and  26 years Nursing experience  into supporting  others that may be struggling too, whilst creating awareness. 

It saddens me to see people stuck in their lives, not feeling present, with no vision for an optimised future. Not knowing why, they are feeling the way they do & seeing no way forward. 

But there is a way once you accept feeling the emotional overwhelm. Work on opening your awareness and insight into your issues, problems, emotions and feelings.

Yes, the answers will always be deep inside your sub conscious mind.

Guidance to have that inner knowing surface is all that’s needed to move forward and become “unstuck”. I am here to support you on that journey .

I can take you from being stuck in your past to feeling more connected to yourself in the present day and visualising a brighter future for yourself.

Yes, you can heal from your PAST, become aware & resilient in your PRESENT and visualise a solution focused FUTURE your mind desires

Client Testimonials

Resilient Emotions with Tara

" Tara you were like the fairy godmother to my head! You helped me take back control of my feelings and that allowed me to go on to enjoy my pregnancy, appreciate my body for the amazing job it’s done and open up about my feelings when I need to. "

Mum to 2

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Resilient Emotions FAQ

How long after trauma does it take for PTSD to develop?
This completely depends on the person who has experienced the trauma and what kind of trauma that the person has experienced- some people will never develop PTSD. Generally speaking, however, PTSD develops within 6 months of the traumatic event.
What kind of techniques do you use to treat trauma?
Resilient Emotions uses the Havening© Technique and Future Life Progression when treating trauma and anxiety. These are neurologically-focused, gentle, and effective treatments that aim to manage trauma, triggers, and anxiety quicker than traditional talking therapy.
How much does it cost for a therapy session?
This depends on the type of therapy you require. Get in touch with the team today or visit our booking page to view our pricing for all of our services.
How long does it take for trauma therapy to work?
This will vary from person to person depending on the extent of trauma and power of emotions that the person is feeling, however improvements will usually be felt in the first few sessions.
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