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Thanksgiving can be a dicey time of year for trauma survivors: Lots of stress, and what have you got to be thankful for, anyway? Even with a life that includes trauma there are things to be grateful for. On tonight’s show I’ll be talking about how grateful I am that we can move through and out of posttraumatic stress, plus: how grateful I am for the things trauma forces us to learn, including the fact that posttraumatic stress can be overcome and we have the choice about how we will rebuild our lives.
Joining me on the show will be Gabrielle Loomis and Leo Abdella, with tips and ideas for how you can change core trauma patterns, plus what benefits you can find from the challenges you have faced. Settle in for a meaningful show that will help you go from thankless to thankful this holiday season.
If you’re not local you can listen by clicking on the LISTEN LIVE button at the top of this post!
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Here is a guest post on Thankful PTSD Thoughts.
Check out this Series by Gabrielle on Core Trauma Patterns.
Named after the great archangel, Gabrielle is a Messenger for our modern day world. Through her guided gifts and words, Gabrielle offers a journey of transformation for anyone wishing to reconnect to their true self. She has personally gone from being lost, broken, directionless and with seven different medical diagnoses to now helping hundreds of people reconnect to their own power to heal, power to love and power to shine brightly in the world.
Gabrielle is the founder and owner of Messages of Hope LLC whose mission is to restore hope to those who have experienced trauma. Through coaching, healing and education, Gabrielle assists clients to discover, interpret and release Core Trauma Patterns so that they can move beyond survival into soaring! Some of Gabrielle’s credentials include Certified Clinical Trauma Professional, Certified LifeLine Practitioner and Certified Life Coach through the award winning college, The Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. She is currently on staff at an integrative wellness clinic, sees clients privately and is a faculty member at The Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. Gabrielle has been a featured guest on Hay House radio and gives lectures, classes and workshops around the country.
Pastor Leo Abdella serves at Christ Fellowship Church since 2001 and currently serves as the Director of Outreach Community Relations, building on the life-skills of 10 years in full-time ministry and 25 years as a business entrepreneur.
Vice-Chairman – Palm Beach County, Homeless Advisory Board
County Board Member- Homeless Coalition Palm Beach County
Advisory Council – Palm Beach County, Community Food Alliance
Director – The Global Priority Project – Life’s Foundational Principles
Past Chairman – Urban Youth Impact – The Dream Center
Past Vice-President – Stand Down House – Homeless Veterans Facility
President – SchooLife International – Educators Encouragement Organization
Leo have strived to work as a bridge-builder, joining the faith-community with the community at large, standing firm that the faith and nonprofit community are “the community,” representing every demographic and socioeconomic background.
For that reason, he believe the faith and nonprofit communities should be actively involved in community solutions to social cause, not expecting the government to supply all solutions but rather using its expertise and resources to provide the tools to the people of the community, to help the community.
He marches to the calling that we are a government of the people, for the people and by the people; our liberties and pursuit of happiness depend on our participation.
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