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After trauma it can be very difficult to let go of those traumatic moments that made you feel most afraid and vulnerable. This week’s guests talk about how to overcome that connection to the past both through scientific process and personal journey.
The show airs tonight, Thursday, December 22nd, 7-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM. 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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Our next guests on ‘Your Life After Trauma’ are:
Dr. Dyer uses the knowledge gained in his vast background as a Naturopathic Medical Doctor, Licensed Massage Therapist, Licensed Colon Therapist and nutritional counselor to guide an individual on the path to better health. While serving as the Therapy Director at the world famous Hippocrates Health Institute in West Palm Beach Florida for 3 years, he continued his studies and earned a Doctorate in Science adding to his knowledge of the body and how it functions. While at the Institute he was able to clearly see how it is mostly lifestyle that causes cancer and how changing the lifestyle will change the health of the individual. In 2009 he completed studies with The NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of PROFESSIONAL CANCER COACHES and is now a certified cancer coach with the NAPCC.
David Dyer is a Vietnam veteran and recipient of the Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, Combat Air Medals and Purple Heart. He volunteers and supports local and national organizations that support and promote better health.
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