Some of our most difficult work is with clients who have suffered a traumatic experience . . .
. . . especially when they’re trapped in a cycle of self-blame, beating themselves up for what they perceive to be wrong thoughts, wrong decisions, and wrong relationships.
But according to Deborah Lee, DClinPsy, there are three critical insights we can share with clients to help them disrupt these painful patterns and begin to understand how a traumatized mind often makes traumatized choices.
Check out the video below for more – it’s just 2 ½ minutes.
Those three insights that Deborah just shared can be powerful “light bulb” moments for traumatized clients.
To hear more about how to apply compassion in the treatment of trauma, please join us this week for the final session in the Clinical Application of Compassion program.
It’s free to watch at the time of broadcast – just sign up here.
But for now, I’d like to hear from you. How have you used compassion-oriented interventions to help clients heal from trauma? Please share your experience in the comment section below.