Today is part of Mental Health Week in Canada and this is a special bonus episode.
When something unforeseen happens, we often ask “why me?”. Trying to find the answer can keep us from healing through what we experienced and keep us running in circles confused and exhausted. Finding meaning in traumatic experiences and in life is a normal human desire. We want to know why we are here and what we are supposed to do.
Today’s guest is passionate about working with her clients to help them explore meaning, so they can find healing and peace. Whether you have had a serious injury, have lost your purpose and path, or are struggling with a terminal illness, finding meaning can help support your wellbeing.
Devorah Kur is a Somatic Experiencing Trauma Therapist, Reflexologist, professional Logotherapist (counseling to find meaning in life's difficulties from Dr. Victor Frankl's teachings and book - Man's Search for Meaning) and Bereavement Counselor.
She is passionate about helping people through their illnesses, challenges and struggles in life, and combines her expertise to empower people to find wellbeing of their mind, body and soul.
Her forte is to help people ask, “What now?” instead of asking, "Why me?" She runs an Integrative Wellness clinic providing reflexology and therapy as well as online therapy. Her book, Man's Search for Healing explores the mind-body connection, the effect of unfinished business on the body, the difference between being healed and being cured, how she overcame her own broken neck, forgiveness, post traumatic growth and more.
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