Today marks World Suicide Prevention Day and this is a special bonus episode.
Trauma happens in many different ways and there are just as many ways to begin healing from trauma.
In this episode of the Jōrni Podcast, we speak with Dope Trauma Therapist, Natalie Milom, who incorporates Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing into her trauma therapy practice.
Natalie uses specific eye movements to help clients process and heal from trauma, without retraumatizing them.
Natalie Milom is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, EMDR Therapist, Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI) Practitioner, and the CEO of Potential Realized.
Potential Realized is a social work agency dedicated to helping families surviving adverse and traumatic experiences and to the professionals, organizations, and systems that serve them. As one who is passionate about the healing of children and families, Natalie provides EMDR therapy to children, tweens, teens, adults, couples, and families. Additionally, Natalie trains professionals in the field on how to work to create felt safety for children and families surviving trauma.
Natalie also provides coaching and consulting to nonprofits and agencies seeking to start, scale, and sustain their operations and programs that center trauma-informed care.
In her spare time, you can find Natalie at her children’s sports’ games, traveling, or binge-watching her favorite television shows.
Free consultation for individuals interested in trauma therapy - (Georgia or South Carolina)
Free discovery call for professionals or organizations in need of training, coaching, or consulting
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