Trauma Informed Coaching

Why are Trauma and Spirituality so Intertwined?

When tough things happen in early life, relationships, or big life moments, they can really affect how we connect with our spiritual side. People who’ve been through tough times often ask deep questions about life’s meaning. For many, turning to spirituality becomes a way to find comfort and make sense of their pain. It’s like using spiritual beliefs to guide them through the tough parts of their journey.

Trauma often surfaces as part of our spiritual path because it holds the potential for deep healing and growth.

Unresolved trauma can linger in our minds and hearts, creating emotional wounds. As we embark on our spiritual path, we naturally seek resolution and healing for these wounds, aiming to find peace and balance in our lives.

Trauma creates energetic blockages within our being. Addressing and healing these blockages is seen as essential for allowing the free flow of positive energy, promoting physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

 Our life experiences, including trauma, are integral to fulfilling our life’s purpose. By acknowledging and healing from trauma, we may gain insights that contribute to a deeper understanding of our purpose and the lessons we’re meant to learn.

Are you frightened you are broken?

Let me tell you something!

You are not!
Trauma is not who you are, it is a reaction to the things you have walked through. 

Trauma manifests in people’s lives through emotional distress, recurring negative patterns, and challenges in relationships. It can show up as anxiety, depression, or avoidance behaviours, impacting daily functioning and hindering personal growth. Unresolved trauma may influence how individuals perceive themselves, others, and the world, and requires healing to move forward positively

This is why this work is so important for you! It might be hard, it might be painful but it matters because YOU matter!

Healing from Within Programme -Trauma Therapy

Trauma can linger in our bodies, like an echo of difficult experiences. 

It’s crucial to understand that trauma is our body’s response to tough times—it’s not the experience itself. When something challenging happens, our bodies can store the stress and tension, affecting how we feel. Releasing trauma from the body is like letting go of this stored tension. By doing this, we create space for healing and move towards a place of inner calm.

 Our journey begins with acknowledging that the pain lives in our bodies and taking steps to gently release it. Join us on a path of healing and rediscovery as we guide you through the process of releasing trauma, bringing harmony back to your body and mind.

How We Will Work Together

As a Trauma Informed Coach and Healer, I blend talk therapy, healing, breathwork and biohacking. 

This 6 week programme will begin with you coming to my healing clinic where we walk engage in talk therapy, breathe work, energy release and clearing to begin the healing process. Three hours of releasing and letting go. 

Then 5 follow up sessions are held online weekly, and in each session we will be working together to release what is rising, identify the step forward now and learn tools for coping with trauma responses. Self awareness is key. All of this work will develop your own self awareness about why you do the things you do and how to learn to let go of the trauma energy and mindset in a way that feels safe.

The in-person session is carried out in my premises (SN4 9NB),
The online sessions are hosted on google meet.

Before we can begin, you will need to scroll down and complete the form, giving details of what you are experiencing, so we can check if I am able to help you.As

Mental health is a Global problem! You are not alone!

  • Almost a third of young people in the UK experience trauma during childhood or adolescence that doubles their risk of experiencing a range of mental health disorders, a study funded by the Medical Research Council (MRC) and published in the Lancet Psychiatry has suggested.
  • It’s estimated that 50-70% of people will experience a trauma at some point in their life. The majority of people exposed to traumatic events experience some short-term distress, but eventually, their trauma fades to a memory – painful, but not destructive.
  • Around 20% of people who experience a trauma may go on to develop Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (this equates to 10% of a population). This figure can vary widely between studies, populations and communities researched. For example, the most recent study in the UK, looking at prevalence of PTSD after COVID 19 pandemic, estimated the overall pooled estimate of PTSD prevalence to be 17.52% (double and almost triple than previous estimates).
  • 1 in 10 people in the UK are expected to experience PTSD at some point in their lives.


This is a 6-session one to one, programme £777, which can be paid in full or in instalments.

Should you then wish to continue to see me on a monthly basis, follow up sessions are 60 minutes, £99, on a ‘pay as you go’ basis. 

Step One: Please complete this form and I will get back to you.

HEALING FROM WITHIN is also available as a group workshop I hold for those who are needing to release trauma from the physical body and are unable to attend one-to-one sessions.

This is a one day workshop with just 5 clients attending. For full details and to discover when the next one is being held please scroll through events.

What Does Trauma Look Like?

*Trust Issues: Difficulty trusting others, leading to challenges in forming and maintaining healthy relationships.
*Emotional Distance: Creating emotional distance as a way to protect oneself from potential hurt or vulnerability.
*Communication Barriers: Struggling to express feelings or needs openly, leading to misunderstandings and conflicts.
*Fear of Abandonment: An intense fear of being abandoned or rejected, influencing behaviour and reactions within relationships.
*Difficulty with Intimacy: Struggling to establish and maintain emotional or physical intimacy due to past trauma.
*Attachment Patterns: Developing insecure attachment styles, such as anxious or avoidant, impacting relationship dynamics.
*Boundary Issues: Difficulty setting healthy boundaries or respecting the boundaries of others.
*Re-enactment of Trauma: Unconsciously recreating aspects of the traumatic experience within current relationships.
*Conflict Avoidance: Avoiding conflict at all costs, fearing that disagreements may escalate into traumatic situations.
*Overdependence or Independence: Swinging between extremes of overdependence or complete independence in relationships
as a coping mechanism.
*Emotional Distress: Frequent feelings of sadness, anxiety, anger, or emotional numbness.
*Avoidance Behaviours: Stepping away from situations or activities that trigger memories of the traumatic experience.
*Recurring Negative Thoughts: Persistent negative thoughts about oneself, others, or the world.
* Difficulty Trusting Others: Challenges in forming or maintaining trusting relationships.
* Flashbacks or Intrusive Memories: Sudden and vivid recollections of the traumatic event.
* Hyperarousal: Heightened alertness, easily startled, or experiencing a constant state of tension.
* Sleep Disturbances: Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or experiencing nightmares related to the trauma.
* Physical Symptoms: Unexplained aches, pains, or physical ailments without apparent medical cause.
* Isolation and Withdrawal: Pulling away from social interactions and preferring solitude.
* Impact on Daily Functioning: Difficulty concentrating, making decisions, or engaging in daily activities due to the emotional toll of trauma.


Samantha Jayne

Samantha Jayne is a qualified Trauma Informed Coach, Breakthrough Life Coach, REBT Life Coach, Reiki Master Healer and Youth Counsellor.

Don’t let the past dictate the future


I enlisted the help of Samantha Jayne to present to a group of 40+ PA’s this summer.

Her level of professionalism along with her ability to “keep it real” far out ways other female presenters I have seen in the past 5 years.

Samantha Jayne is a realist, she doesn’t sugar coat and give you the “corporate line”, she talks from her own personal life experience which is why the audience was mesmerised!

The feedback from this event and indeed others that I have hosted with Samantha Jayne being the presenter has always been positive with the audience left not only feeling empowered but most definitely wanting more!!

I would highly recommend Samantha Jayne to anyone looking for a guest speaker / presenter . She is interesting, relevant and actually does have real experience unlike others in the circuit.

Charlie Metcalfe
Director of Sales – Alexandra House


Sam is an amazing Psychic/Trainer and Coach! As soon as I met her I knew I was where I was supposed to be. One on one training I believe that you get the very best and Sam did prove me right. So knowledgeable in so many things and inspiring! Her coaching is not like any other I’ve had, and I feel like it was the best for me.

Looking forward to my reading and continuing my journey with you……

Thank you Sam
Candice Williams😊


 2 months ago I went to Sam drowning in my own life. My personal life was a mess. My health had taken a huge nose dive. I had pretty much given up on my business. To put it politely I was a hot mess!

In our first session together Sam and I set targets and goals that I wanted to achieved… Personally and professionally. Within 8 weeks I had reached them all. My health got better. My family life is incredible. My children are so much happier and settled. My business is rocketing and I am really fucking happy.

Sam does not take any shit and will hold you accountable to what you want, Everything she does is fuelled with love, even if it is disguised as a kick up the arse (a woman after my own heart)! I cannot thank you enough Sam for all that you have done for me and my family and I look forward to carrying on working with you . 

Angela Hill