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I am continuing to post on Dr. Scaer’s work, this time to take passages out of the above book. Dr. Scaer’s work is very thorough in reporting on many aspects of trauma.

My plan, however, is not to write a book review, nor to report on every single chapter, but to share information I feel is pertinent to survivors of trauma and practitioners.  I will do this as passages catch my eye.

It is my hope that my readers will pick up this book to read for themselves. Read the rest of this entry »

Once again, National Institution of the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) has presented various teleseminars on trauma and its effects on our body, mind and spirit. This one, presented by Dr. Robert Scaer, was of particular interest to me because he spoke about findings on the connection between trauma and physical symptoms.

I plan to write briefly on his findings between trauma and physical illnesses, then follow-up on subsequent postings with different categories based on his newest book, The Trauma Spectrum: Hidden Wounds and Human Resiliency. There is too much information even in the teleseminar and particularly in each chapter of the book to cover everything adequately in one writing.

So, let me start with the teleseminar. Read the rest of this entry »

It never ceases to amaze me that each healing session is so different, affirming that we are all unique individuals and that Spirit answers our specific needs . This time, I was guided to spend a certain amount of time with each person in the healing circle, then send healing to the group . Read the rest of this entry »

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