Transforming Trauma

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Trauma, at its core, creates disconnection—an inability to be fully present with your own being and with others. After trauma you may suffer from many emotionally, mentally, and physically painful feelings that cause you to isolate, withdraw, or compromise yourself in other ways.

Trauma creates fear, either conscious or unconscious. Fear separates you from love—the love that you are, and the love you could share with others. All this disconnection can be ter¬ribly painful. You may feel acutely alone, misunderstood, not seen or heard, at odds with others. You may lack self-esteem or feel overly prideful, which creates further separation. You may feel you’re a horrible person, or that the world is a cold and empty place. Or you may be sure you can work out everything rationally. You may be self-critical, feel disconnected spiritually, or be excessively judgmental. Hidden rage may escape in angry outbursts.

In The Body Awareness Workbook for Trauma, we address these symptoms of unresolved trauma as you reconnect to your being. Find out more at juliebrownyau.com/
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Trauma, at its core, creates disconnection—an inability to be fully present with your own being and with others. After trauma you may suffer from many emotionally, mentally, and physically painful feelings that cause you to isolate, withdraw, or compromise yourself in other ways. 

Trauma creates fear, either conscious or unconscious. Fear separates you from love—the love that you are, and the love you could share with others. All this disconnection can be ter¬ribly painful. You may feel acutely alone, misunderstood, not seen or heard, at odds with others. You may lack self-esteem or feel overly prideful, which creates further separation. You may feel you’re a horrible person, or that the world is a cold and empty place. Or you may be sure you can work out everything rationally. You may be self-critical, feel disconnected spiritually, or be excessively judgmental. Hidden rage may escape in angry outbursts. 

In The Body Awareness Workbook for Trauma, we address these symptoms of unresolved trauma as you reconnect to your being.  Find out more at https://juliebrownyau.com/
#traumarecovery #posttraumaticstress #posttraumaticgrowth #posttraumaticstressdisorder #traumahealing #trauma #PTSD #CPTSD #complextrauma #mentalhealthtips #mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatteres #mentalhealthawareness #therapist #therapy #therapytips #spirituality #traumaandspirituality #childhoodtrauma #earlytrauma #developmentaltrauma
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I offer assistance to anyone who wants to feel increased capacity for connection, aliveness, and vibrancy in their lives.

Many of us labor under a misconception of ourselves and the world as divided; we fail to see and experience our natural wholeness. This creates a sense of separation and deep enduring pain. As you learn to perceive through a larger lens, which healing trauma brings, and embrace your body and senses as an integral part of your human experience, this misconception, this confusion, dissolves. We organically reinhabit the body as we renegotiate trauma and adversity, the heart breaks open to reveal love and spontaneous action of being, and the mind is experienced in a vastly different way.

As the web of survival strategies or defenses from trauma diminishes, you restore your connection to and expression of your essential and authentic self. This opens you to a deeper spiritual reality and/or perspective of self, others, the world, and, if you like, the cosmos.

About Trauma

Dr Julie

I have a 30 year background in psychological, somatic and spiritual traditions.

I hold a Ph.D. in somatic depth psychology, and master’s degrees in both spiritual psychology and depth psychology. I am a certified master NARM practitioner, and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner as well as being an authorized teacher of the lineage teachings of Shri Vidya.

I bring the power and wisdom of these teachings to help dissolve and diminish the wounding's of developmental trauma. The therapeutic process to resolve trauma will assist you in changing unhealthy patterns, beliefs, and defenses embedded in your body and mind.

About Dr Julie

Trauma

Resolving trauma is regenerative; through embodied healing you will reconnect to your authentic self, which can hold the complexity of your human experience.

The traumas you endure and resolve within the body/mind are a crucial part of opening to deeper levels of compassion, and awakening the spiritual heart.

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Transforming Trauma

I bring an elegant and highly efficient approach to healing trauma.

I specialize in the resolution of developmental trauma, inherited trauma, and shock trauma. Utilizing the latest psychobiological, somatic, and depth psychological approaches, I focus on the full return of your authenticity and vitality.

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