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Trauma to Triumph: Walking Away from Trauma

Trauma to Triumph: Walking Away from Trauma

By Lana
Listen to those tell their story of how they’ve walked through horrendous moments and are thriving triumphantly in their authentic selves. There will be counselors, therapist, natural healers, and aromatherapist to provide sound advice and wisdom to walk you away from trauma to your triumphant breakthrough. Join us on Thursday evenings from 7-8 p.m.
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Salts Looks Like Sugar: Childhood Clothing with Belinda Lane
Belinda Lane BA, Criminal Justice Counselor, Chaplain, Author Worked at Charter Westbrook Hospital as a counselor Volunteered with the Daily Planet in working with the homeless  Volunteered with the YWCA in working with domestic violence victims at their safe house Held weekly meetings at Grace House Homeless Shelter for Men Was an active minister for sixteen years  Currently completed training to be a chaplain Presently speaks at seminars and women groups  Self-published a book of poetry in 2020 entitled, Destiny Called My Name Mother of one son and two grandchildren Follow me on social media: Facebook: @lana.m.hooks Twitter: @lmhooks Instagram: @lmhooks51 www.lanamhooks.com
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The Intention of creating The Problems With US was to focus on the conditions, issues, and dysfunctions within the Black Community, that continue to be the driven force of Africans'/Blacks' behaviors and actions towards one another and self. It is an opportunity to review how some of our own personal choices, beliefs, ways of living, and mindsets contribute to our conditions as well as past and present external forces or influences.  The Problems With US seeks to spark healthy dialogues about changing negative narratives and connotations for African Americans that WE often continue to breathe life to. THIS IS A MUST-READ! Purchase at: https://theproblemswithus.com Follow me on social media FB: https://facebook.com/lana.m.hooks Twitter: https://twitter.com/lmhooks Instagram: https://instagram.com/lmhooks51 www.lanamhooks.com
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01:09:56
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Racial Trauma: The Dream Didn't Die with Constance Folsom
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AMERICA: FAR and WITHIN with Wotay Kamara Benjamin
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Rip Off the Band-Aid! Personal Testimony of Cherice Varner
If you’ve been physically, mentally, emotionally, and sexually abused as a child to a young adult then you must hear Cherice Varner’s personal testimony!
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Womb Trauma: Shake That Tree!
What emotional legacy do you want to leave your children? Mine was rejection. What's yours?
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June 24, 2021
Identifying and Releasing Trauma
I created this podcast because there are those who are stuck in the middle of their journey in walking from traumatic experiences. And sometimes we need to hear another person’s story that is on the other side called living victoriously in their authentic identity and purpose. I believe that stories are a raft to catch from someone else that can bring you through to living victoriously in your authentic identity. So, on Thursday evenings tune in to hear stories and also to have therapists, counselors, and natural healers to give you their wisdom in answering your questions that can assist you as you walk away from trauma. You can post your questions at: anchor.fm/lana337
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