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Leaving the Trauma Vortex

From the Show: Rewired Radio
Summary: Sexual trauma is one of the most difficult traumas to work through.
Air Date: 6/19/17
Duration: 26:13
Host: Erica Spiegelman
Guest Bio: Joanne Mednick, LMFT, PsyD
Joanne-MednickDr. Joanne Mednick is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in a unique blend of various methodologies to offer her clients the deepest possible healing.

Dr. Mednick received her PsyD, MFT from Ryokan College and has Master's degrees in both Applied Psychology as well as Counseling Psychology and her undergraduate work was at the University of Southern California. Her studies in Spiritual Psychology frame her point of view that we are spiritual beings having a human experience. This unique perspective permeates into Dr. Mednick's further studies.

She has also received an additional degree in the field of Consciousness Health and Healing. This concentration allows her a deep understanding of the most severe addictions and traumas, and to assist in finding ways to help trauma survivors and sex addicts heal on all five levels of consciousness: Mental, Physical, Energetic, Emotional and Spiritual.

Dr. Mednick has built her practice with clients worldwide. Through trauma, illness and addiction therapy, she transitions clients with the identification of living as "victims" or "survivors" all the way to that of living as "thrivers." She offers her clients complete healing to find deep meaning in past occurrences, and to take the "silver lining" in it all and view their issues as blessings in disguise.

She strives to bring her clients completion in the trauma/addiction/illness cycle, and to move them from pull into the trauma vortex (pain and chaos) towards easily and consciously choosing the healing vortex (calm and relaxed).

Dr. Mednick took ongoing training in advanced EMDR techniques such as the Strategic Developmental Model for EMDR, is certified in Brain Spotting, and trained in Sensory Motor Psychotherapy and Somatic Therapy. This assisted her most extremely traumatized clients and addicts process their issues much more easily, and without undue distress.

She believes in the importance of the Inner Journey and how best to support her clients in reconnecting with that which is inside. Dr. Mednick had also undertaken twelve further years of study with world-renowned Energy Medicine specialist Christine Schenk. She was a member of the first US graduating Master's class. Dr. Mednick is one of the few people in America trained in the CHRIS®-Technique, and as a part of the services she offers, Dr. Mednick blends these techniques into her work at Serenity Trauma Healing Center. The addition of the CHRIS®-Technique to all the psychotherapeutic education has helped her to assist her clients in reaching higher levels of inner peace, connectedness in their body, and achieving a sense of wellness in their lives.

Through her many years as a therapist and her deep commitment to cutting-edge education, she has learned to pinpoint even the most resistant clients' deepest issues and help them to change their destructive patterns.

Dr. Mednick believes it is her life's purpose to help others move along their own path towards full and complete healing.
Leaving the Trauma Vortex
Sexual trauma is one of the most difficult traumas to work through. People may feel afraid to speak about their experience or ashamed of what has happened.

But, healing can save lives and bring people true emotional, physical, and spiritual peace.

Dr. Joanne Mednick transitions clients with the identification of living as "victims" or "survivors" all the way to that of living as "thrivers."

Dr. Mednick discusses her methods for moving clients through the trauma cycle: out of the trauma vortex and into the healing vortex.

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