Thank you, Dr. Gretchen Schmelzer, for enlightening us even more about the "journey through trauma". Listen in as Gretchen shares her insights on trauma GPS, her work in the field of trauma-recovery and healing on individual and societal levels, Nelson Mandela, her five phase cycle for healing repeated trauma, and more!
Listen in this Friday, November 1st, on all audio formats: iTunes, Spotify, Blubrry, Deezer, Google Podcasts, Podbean, and more!
"Gretchen Schmelzer, PhD is a licensed psychologist, trained as a Harvard Medical School Fellow and the author of Journey Through Trauma published in 2018 by Penguin Random House. She is a trauma survivor, who has worked for twenty-five years with the complex issues of trauma, integration and behavior change across every level of system from individuals, to groups, to large systems and countries, including her role as the expert consultant for documentary film The Silence which aired on April 19, 2011 on Frontline regarding priest sexual abuse in a Native Alaskan Village to ensure adequate resources for viewers and for proper follow on support for trauma survivors.
Since 2002, Dr. Schmelzer has also been a senior consultant with Teleos Leadership Institute, an international consulting firm serving leaders of fortune 100 businesses and major not-for-profit organizations such as the United Nations. Her expertise in long term trauma was used to inform the design and delivery of a four year large scale intervention for the UN in Cambodia. She and her colleagues worked with 150 leaders each year who were survivors of the Khmer Rouge in a large scale leadership initiative to strengthen the county’s response to HIV/AIDS. The program integrated work in self-awareness and self-regulation, gender issues, communication skills, relational skills and action learning. This program was rated one of the most successful leadership development programs run through the United Nations Development Program by an independent research team.
Gretchen received her doctorate in Counseling Psychology from Northeastern University, and her Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology from Springfield College, and BA from Mount Holyoke College. She completed her clinical training as a Harvard Clinical Fellow and completed her postdoctoral fellowship in Behavioral Medicine at UMASS Medical Center and The Center for Mindfulness. Since October 2014 she is the founder and editor of The Trail Guide, a web-mag featured on www.gretchenschmelzer.com dedicated to healing repeated trauma."
Learn more about Gretchen and her mission at:
Book Excerpt Blog: http://gretchenschmelzer.com/b...urney-through-trauma
Letter you teen can't write you: http://gretchenschmelzer.com/p...nager-cant-write-you
Book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Journey...peated/dp/0735216835
Book is available in the UK at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Journ...eated/dp/1788171020/
Book is available in Spanish:https://www.amazon.es/viaje-tr...3%8DA/dp/8491114009/
Book will be available in the next year in German and Chinese. Stay tuned.
Peace to you all!
Hope for Healing Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/741bdf08d71...-newsletter-may-2019
Book Launch Team: https://www.facebook.com/groups/unicornshadows/