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(4:40) If you can cry I guarantee you, you don’t have to come back here.
(4 min) Childhood sexual abuse, in particular Covert Emotional Incest.
(5 min) The courage to be ourselves, to name the pain, the force of the desire, to accept ourselves fully, to start where we are now.
(4 min) The whole world which had seemed safe no longer does.
(5 min) We’re all in our own little war zone, especially in adolescence.

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(4 min) We use exit ramps. When you’re practicing and something elevates your stress, you stop, you take the exit.
(3 min) People need guidance and understanding, not judgment and stigma.
(5:30) Shame is a big piece when talking about addiction and dysregulation.
(4:30) What good is getting abstinent if there is no community you can join?
(4 min) Your brain when it becomes addicted to something is working exactly as it is supposed to work.
(3:15) There is something in us that is incapable of being broken and is not in need of fixing or changing or healing.
(4:15) The teachings are an invitation for you to check it out for yourself.
(3 min) Alcohol, all addiction, combats the sense of internal emptiness.
(3 min) I share my pain and show how I worked with it.
(3 min) Feeling bullied, I had no sense of self, no voice, no nothing.
(5 min) There is a process where they take responsibility and are accountable for the behaviour. And a process for reintegration.
(5 min) The SE™ approach releases traumatic shock stored in the body. This is key.
(5 min) I realized the only thing left that could go was my life.
(4 min) Watch this clip from our interview about Joan’s book.
(4 min) Different people need different forms of how to recover.
(5 min) The rehabilitation program is tailored to each resident and varies depending on the characteristics and needs of every individual. Considering the problems and demands of a radical personal change, we offer a long-term residential rehabilitation program; in fact, the minimum duration is three years. There is no cost to the residents or their families.
(3:30) Trauma is not just personal, many times people are dealing with the historical aspect of trauma.
(3:30) Sat Dharam has been a Kundalini Yoga teacher and trainer for 40 years, and a naturopathic doctor for 30 years. In 2008 she integrated these two disciplines in creating the comprehensive Beyond Addiction: The Yogic Path to Recovery program.
(2:00) A dancer, musician, performer, writer, clinical counselor, and registered expressive arts therapist, Jamie Marich unites these elements of her experience to achieve an ultimate mission: bringing the art and joy of healing to others.
(2:35) Known to his clients and students as simply “Dr. Bob,” his life now is dedicated to recovery, mindfulness, deep forgiveness practices and Living Amends.
(2:33) Why would you not take care of the one body you get?
(2:55) Addictions are not ever anybody’s primary problem. Trauma is what happens inside us as a result of what happened to us. Addictions are an attempt to solve the pain in us from trauma.
(3:30) Learn more about Ma-Nee through her book: A Two Spirit Journey