Authors, Books and Sources We Love
Trauma Recovery Hall Of Fame
Dr. Bessel van der Kolk
Finding and reading his seminal work, The Body Keeps the Score, was one of the greatest experiences of my life.
Van Der Kolk's book is the best description of the physical causes of trauma reactions and for us, opened the window and shined a light on how a person can naturally recover from trauma by stimulating those things that help the body counteract the initial trauma response.
Goal number one is to have your body naturally recover from trauma.
Goal Number two is to create a positive mindset and plan from action and taking your life to the next level. We love everything about Tony Robbins approach to the mind. Tony's teaches that the mind is a tool to be controlled and optimized by you and your self will. He reached a relationship with your Creator is critical to long term happiness and peace and that you need to pursue your life mission. We recommend his book Unlimited Power and his web site as a good place to start.
We love us some Gary Vee! Gary is a social media icon, but he's morphed into a global life coach and, like Tony Robbins, he speaks true, unadulterated (and often blue-languaged) advice on having a great life. Gary is all about finding what makes you happy and do that and you will become great at it and live a happy life. We highly recommend his daily podcast.
The Grief Recovery Handbook
Written by John James and Russel Friedman, we have found this book the Grief Recovery Handbook to be an excellent guide on walking through the process of grief and reaching a very positive, healed place.
Hillary Evans, Hypnotherapist
We believe strongly in positive programming and visualization of the subconscious brain to heal from trauma and anxiety.
Hillary Evans, who works with clients all over the country, has been a superstar hypnotist in our estimation and we highly recommend her.