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Tonight, on ‘Your Life After Trauma’ Ane Axford, MS, LMFT, mental health and relationship therapist will be talking about ‘Highly Sensitive Persons’ from a clinical perspective. She will be joined by David Anderson, a survivor turned coach who will tell us how you can use your sensitivity to access and activate the hero in you. Tonight, our guests will share her unique professional perspective based on her experience and expertise.
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The show airs 7-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM.
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Read this interesting series on how to Unbreak Your Brain and deal with the challenge of being highly sensitive.
Ane Axford, MS, LMFT is a highly sensitive person, who is also high sensation seeking, introverted, a licensed mental health and relationship therapist who specializes in working with highly sensitive persons. She is the CEO of sensitive + thriving, Inc where she utilizes hypnosis, diet, supplementation, entrepreneurship, and a number of other resources to provide lifestyle services to create a holistic experience of health for highly sensitive people. See more at www.sensitiveandthriving.com
David Anderson is a National Certified Counselor trained in Trauma, Disaster Mental Health and Professional Coaching. As a survivor himself he has great amount of empathy and compassion for survivors and heroes that are changing the world. He holds bachelor of science degrees in Psychology and Communication Studies and a Graduate degree in Community Counseling. David now currently resides in the Washington D.C. Metro area where he helps train heroes in his coaching business and teaches yoga.
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