‘Your Life After Trauma’ Radio:Couples Healing Together + Success in Commitment

Two major challenges during my PTSD recovery were how to maintain my relationship while I was healing (how do you stay connected to someone else while you’re in turmoil yourself???) and how to make decisions that led to certain follow through. Wow, that’s a lot to juggle!
My guests for this week’s episode of YOUR LIFE AFTER TRUAMA have ideas to make it all easier.

This week’s show will address:Listen live to Your Life After Trauma

1) How couples can strengthen and protect their relationship while dealing with trauma with the authors of HEALING TOGETHER, Suzanne Phillips and Dianne Kane

2) How you can make committed decisions that stick and succeed with executive coach and creator of The Butterfly Code, Mike Blackstone

The show airs tonight, Thursday, December 1st, 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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Here are some featured articles by Mike Blackstone on the Butterfly Code.

Our next guests on ‘Your Life After Trauma’ are:

Dianne Kane, D.S.W., LCSW, C.G.P., is an Associate Professor at Hunter School of Social Work, Assistant Director of Counseling Services for the New York City Fire Department, and Founding Member of The New York Center for Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. She has been involved in the development and delivery of employee assistance and trauma-related services to uniform personnel and their families since 1994. Following the loss of 343 FDNY members on 9/11 she was responsible for the rapid expansion of trauma and bereavement services to the 15,000-member FDNY community. This included an innovative approach to dealing with the impact of trauma on the marriages of surviving responders. In addition, Dr. Kane has provided services to members of the New Orleans Fire Department following Hurricane Katrina and to FDNY veterans deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan. She is co-author of FDNY Crisis Counseling: Innovative Responses to 9/11 Firefighters, Families, and Communities and Healing Together: A Couple’s Guide to Coping with Trauma and Post-traumatic Stress.
Psychologist Couples Trauma
Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips is a licensed Psychologist, Psychoanalyst, certified group therapist and Adjunct Full Professor of Clinical Psychology at C W Post Campus of Long Island University,  N.Y. She has worked and published in many areas including  trauma, couples, bereavement, and relationship addiction.  As Co-Chair of Outreach for the American Group Psychotherapy Association, she has intervened after disaster  both nationally and internationally.  In February 2008, she testified before Congress for the needs of military and their families. She is co-author of Healing Together: A Couple’s Guide to Coping with Trauma and Post-Traumatic Stress.  She has appeared on national TV ( Good Day New York and Good Day Fox 5 Street Talk) as well as on Radio ( Mel Robbins, Pam and Rochelle and Kelley Robbins Women on Health). She blogs weekly on Psych Central “Healing for Couples” as well as “This Emotional Life.”  Visit Dr. Phillips on facebook.

Mike Blackstone
is an executive coach, life coach, and co-creator of the Butterfly Code™. He’s been called the “best coach on the planet,” and the “Master coach among the Masters….” Over the 23 years of his professional career, Mike Blackstone has been an executive coach, life coach, therapist, NLP master practitioner and trainer, teambuilding specialist, and seminar leader. He’s successfully worked with nearly 4,000 people, one-on-one, and delivered more than 350 programs in eight countries. But what trademarks his effectiveness, more than anything else, is his dedication, commitment, and compassion for people, and to teaching them the steps anyone can learn to master their own destiny.


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