‘Your Life After Trauma’ Radio: Reconnecting to Your Goodness After Trauma

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Over and over and I work with survivors who believe themselves fundamentally damaged beyond repair by their traumas. They find themselves believing that at their very core they are no good, not worthwhile and not deserving. Dr. Ciaramicoli’s perspective and work on the benefits of goodness — and even the global idea of how goodness connects us — offers a very holistic and organic way of reconnecting to the authentic self from which any survivor can proceed on the path of reclaiming the whole, integrated, meaningful self.

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Tonight, ‘Your Life After Trauma’  will feature Dr. Arthur Ciaramicoli & Tabitha Jayne who will take us through the steps toward ‘Reconnecting to Your Goodness After Trauma’.

The show airs 7-8pm EST on Seaview Radio in Florida, 95.9FM/106.9FM/960AM.

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Listen to past episodes of YOUR LIFE AFTER TRAUMA here!


Here is a guest post by Tabitha Jayne about Transforming PTSD with the Power of Nature.

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My guests this week:

Arthur P. Ciaramicoli, Ed.D., Ph.D.
, is a licensed clinical psychologist who has been treating clients for more than 30 years. He is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Massachusetts Psycho­logical Association. Currently in private practice, Dr. Ciaramicoli has been on the faculty of Harvard Medical School for several years, lecturer for the American Cancer Society, Chief Psychologist at Metrowest Medical Center, and director of the Metrowest Counseling Center and of the Alter­native Medicine division of Metrowest Wellness Center in Framingham, Massachusetts.

 Dr. Ciaramicoli is the author of The Curse of the Capable: The Hidden Challenges to a Balanced, Healthy, High Achieving Life (Morgan James, 2010), Per­formance Addiction: The Dangerous New Syndrome and How to Stop It from Ruining Your Life (Wiley 2004) and The Power of Empathy: A Practical Guide to Creating Intimacy, Self-Understanding, and Lasting Love (Dutton 2000), which is now published in 7 languages. His first book, Treatment of Abuse and Addiction, A Holistic Approach (Jason Aronson, 1997) was selected as Book of the Month by The Psychotherapy Book News. He is also the coauthor of Beyond the Influence: Understanding and Defeating Alcoholism (Bantam 2000).

Tabitha Jayne is a leading expert in the field of grief and loss coaching, having first developed an interest in the topic following the sudden death of her younger brother, Peter in a car crash.  A certified professional coach, she is currently working towards a PhD in Applied Ecopsychology and Coaching specialising in Grief and Loss.  She has shared her ideas on helping the bereaved throughout the world and has worked with clients in Europe, North America and Asia.


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