On Chronic Illness & What It Takes To Heal From It

I remember learning about the deep roots of what causes chronic fatigue in my early years studying Somatic Experiencing. I talk about this in other videos, namely this one. When I learned about what is called, ‘The New Traumatology,’ which is the study of trauma and how it impacts the nervous system and its body-mind […]

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The #1 Skill That You Must Have So You Can Release Pain (and free up space in your system for more goodness)

Let’s face it, not many people seek me out when they are feeling well.
Most of us have experienced, and will continue to experience, pain in some way, shape or form.
Having pain, be it physical or emotional, from time to time doesn’t mean you are sick or unhealthy, it just means you are human.

This is simple fact […]

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The Stresses and Subtleties of Institutionalized and Industrialized Child Abuse.

 

Day after day I’m seeing real life scenarios in my private practice that back-up a study – The ACE Study – that showcases the prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (ACE) and it’s role in adult disease and illness.

WARNING – For some this might hit close to home.

This passage below is courtesy of a client who […]

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Sick and tired of being in chronic pain? A success story from the archives.

Two days ago I went skiing with the individual I highlight below.

On our way up the hill we were chatting about recovering from injuries and how her outlook on healing – as well as her pain – changed after she starting working with me.

We are good buds now and it is always a nice reminder […]

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