‘Your Life After Trauma’ Radio: How To Apply Coping Techniques that Work

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My own post-trauma experience was fraught with conflicts, chaos and confusion. I didn’t know what to do, who to be or how to behave. It would have really helped me to have a guide! Dena Rosenbloom and Mary Beth Williams offer such a guide, which places control back in the lap of the survivor – exactly what’s most needed during a time of uncertainty.

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Tonight, ‘Your Life After Trauma’  will feature

Dena Rosenbloom, Ph.D. & Mary Beth Williams, Ph.D. giving practical pointers on specific coping strategies for life after trauma, along with survivor Kelley Harrell who will share her own personal success techniques.
The show airs 7-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM.

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My guests this week:


Kelley Harrell is an author and neoshaman in North Carolina. Her shamanic practice is Soul Intent Arts, and her book, “Gift of the Dreamtime – Awakening to the Divinity of Trauma,” chronicles her pivotal step from spiritual crisis into shamanism. She writes for The Huffington Post, and for seven years has written the syndicated column, “Intentional Insights: Q&A From Within,” addressing reader inquiries on animism, shamanism, and the everyday paranormal.

For thirteen years Kelley has addressed the spiritual needs of her local and international community. She is working to establish The Tribe of the Modern Mystic to support and mentor intuitives experiencing trauma as they grow into powerful abilities, and to provide shamanic community support for personal spiritual development. Her practice comprises teaching classes and Mystery School, mentoring, healing, and ceremonial artistry in the community.

Dena Rosenbloom, PhD
, a clinical psychologist in private practice in Glastonbury, Connecticut, specializes in supporting people through the healing process following traumatic life events. She also conducts trainings and workshops for a broad range of audiences as well as critical incident stress debriefings for groups of people who have shared a traumatic experience.

Mary Beth Williams, PhD, LCSW, CTS,
is in private practice in Warrenton, Virginia, specializing in the treatment of trauma-related disorders. She is widely published in the field of trauma and is an instructor for the Office for Victims of Crime at the U.S. Department of Justice. She conducts training workshops on trauma for professionals internationally.

co-authored by our guests Drs. Rosenbloom & Williams


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