You Are Not Your Trauma

5.5 X 8.5, 244 pages
Paperback $18.95, 9781957687537
eBook: $9.99, 9781957687544

You Are Not Your Trauma

Uproot Unhealthy Patterns, Heal the Family Tree

Caroline Beidler, MSW, with Diana Dalles, LPN, MSSW

Identify unhealthy patterns that keep you stuck and learn how to live more freely in your life without your trauma—or your family’s trauma—holding you back.

Do you wonder how trauma has impacted your own family, life, or recovery? How it has climbed its way up the branches of your family tree?

Are you looking for practical ways to heal? Are you ready to let go of your own trauma or inter-generational and family trauma?

You Are Not Your Trauma: Uproot Unhealthy Patterns, Heal the Family Tree will guide you along five rhythms that promote trauma healing and recovery. Throughout the book, you’ll learn how to identify those areas that may be keeping you stuck and how to live more freely in your life without your trauma—or your family’s trauma—holding you back. You will learn the science behind inter-generational trauma, get practical guidance, and learn healthy coping strategies to heal.

Caroline Beidler

Caroline Beidler, MSW is a recovery advocate and founder of the recovery storytelling platform Circle of Chairs. She has twenty years in leadership within social work and ministry, is a correspondent with Recovery Today Magazine, the founder and host of the annual International Women’s Day Global Recovery Event, and a consultant with JBS International writing and creating content for federal agencies like the Office of Recovery and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. She is also the author of Downstairs Church: Finding Hope in the Grit of Addiction and Trauma Recovery. She lives in eastern Tennessee.

Diana Dalles

Diana Dalles, LPN, MSSW has been writing poetry and journaling since her teenage years, mainly for enjoyment and healing. She spent the early years of her career in the nursing field, then worked thirty-five years as a professional social worker. Her employment interests included hospice, medical social work, and gerontology. She has facilitated grief, trauma, and women’s empowerment groups. Now retired, she spends time with family, gardens, volunteers at a local food pantry, and is involved in her church’s ministries. Diana lives with her cat in a small rural Wisconsin town.

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