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Nov 19, 2024 | ISBN 9798889841227

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“Eleven trauma experts come together in this book to share the personal journeys which led them to developing innovative and effective ways of treating trauma. We don’t often see this, because most known trauma experts are men, and men don’t usually share in this manner. These experts are women. The diversity of their experiences, of the kinds of trauma they treat, and their approaches have much to teach all of us who struggle to understand and help our traumatized clients. If you don’t know these experts yet, you should.”
—Alison Miller, retired psychologist, author of Demystifying Mind Control and Ritual Abuse, Healing the Unimaginable, and Becoming Yourself

Women Therapists on Healing not only serves as a testament to the humanness of healers but also acts as a valuable resource for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of trauma and its impact. This book delves into the multifaceted aspects of trauma and the healers who treat it, while shedding light on the often-overlooked struggles faced by underrepresented communities. Women Therapists on Healing will make a significant contribution to the field, fostering greater awareness and compassion for those working in the mental health profession and the people they treat.”
—Jaime Pollack, founder and director of community engagement for An Infinite Mind

Women Therapists on Healing invites us to heal holistically by drawing from the lived body wisdom of each woman and story. These women are poets and healers who have shared their breathtaking wisdom filled with magic, light, and a soothing balm that is being offered as a gift to other survivors. This anthology can gently guide Black women, femmes, and nonbinary survivors of trauma to explore the impact of trauma on the mind, body, heart, and spirit. It was truly an honor to be allowed into the sacred space of these powerful women who share their journey with us on how trauma has impacted their lives and the lives of their loved ones. Many survivors will immediately see themselves in the pages of this anthology, while others will find themselves.”
—Michelle Lewis MSW, CSWA, SWP, owner of Third Eye Books Accessories & Gifts and Third Eye Wholistic Wellness

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