Heal-Thrive-Dream, Interview with Karen Robinson, Trauma Recovery Expert & Transformation Coach

When we are cultivating a life for ourselves, pursuing our dreams, there are things – doubts, insecurities, and past trauma –  that hold us  back. … creating barriers or limits weighing us down. 

Which means to really truly live our next best life, and really thrive, there’s some inner work to be done… 

If you are tired of living with Limits, then you’ll love this interview with Trauma Recovery Expert and Transformation Coach, Karen Robinson. 

A licensed therapist with 25 years of clinical experience especially with trauma, anxiety, and depression, Karen shares her insights on doing the inner work, healing trauma, overcoming barriers, and finding support for the healing journey.   

– Resources Mentioned –

🧑🏽‍🤝‍🧑🏻  Karen’s Community:  This is US: Healing Trauma Together

▶️ Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) classes with Karen Robinson, MSW, ACSW, LCSW, CCTP-II

Trauma Research Foundation Book Club Book List

📕 The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma  by Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.   (Amazon link)

📕 The Thriving Woman’s Journal | A 12-Week Journey of Self-Discovery and Growth for Mindful Transformation  (Amazon link)

📕Gratitude Journal: Cultivate an attitude of thankfulness to create a greater sense of peace and satisfaction in life. (Amazon link)

– Additional Related Resources –
▶️ Finding Faith after Trauma Summit, hosted by Karen Robinson

📕 Check out all of Karen’s Books and Journals on Amazon

–> Visit Karen’s Website: Heal*Thrive*Dream

Shannon Stoltz

Shannon Stoltz is a writer, trainer, and entrepreneur. But her favorite role has been that of work-at-home mom to four fabulous, homeschooled, and now grown, kiddos. Shannon is fascinated with how humans learn, grow, and communicate, and passionate about the importance of embracing our unique gifts, talents, and individuality. She lives in the countryside outside Houston, Texas, with her family, and their menagerie of rescue animals.

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