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  1. 姐姐愛美, Bee, 風信子 & Ruth 姐姐,萬里長城必有盡; 真正友誼永無終~ ^^JY,冇錯, 6個.Maggie,妳鐘意飲紅酒 ga?匿名者,Hihihi~”我只是個過路人 但我有個疑問一直存在心裡 好想問您 “Heee hee heeeee~ 只是路過又點一直有個疑問存在心裡呀? Haaaa~ kindidg~其實以禮相待, 待人以誠, 將心比心, 就是了. 做人, 亦應當如此吧.:)

  2. I have watched and will study again and again the transcripts. I am a survivor, in treament, seeking knowledge on how else I can help myself and friends with trauma. Any ideas on speeding up the healing process that as clients we can do? Thank you.

  3. The Trauma Therapy Series was amazing! There are so many Gems that are instantly useable within one’s Practice. There was an edifying amount of confirmation for techniques that I have been using for some time. And some very exciting new information that I will be following up on over the next few months. The collaborative efforts of many, can only enhance the Healing experience of our Clients. The Ripple Effect is astounding! Thank you all very much for the invaluable work that you do!

  4. I found the series exceptionally relevant to my tasks here, specializing in the Older Persons response to trauma and vicarious suffering.
    Key learnings for me included the neuro-biology of trauma, impacts on the CNS and associated body systems, differential diagnosis of comordities, and specially those area that faciliated my improving face-to-face clinical outcomes.
    The series also tied in nicely with our attempts here in Australia to de-toxify the mental health diagnosis, publically normalize the distress of trauma reactions, and more importantly introduce an alternative and complimentary approach to symptom management.
    I’m a better clinician for attending the series. Thank you.

  5. Though I have not taken part in your trauma series, I love the wealth of info you share that is so easily available as a resource to enhance our knowledge, both personal and professional. As a Licensed Massage Therapist & Certified Trager Practitioner/Tutor/Intro Workshop Leader in Florida, I see lots of clients in chronic/habitual patters of pain seeking relief of any kind. Tragerwork and mindful movement education helps these clients immensely, especially when they practice some of the selfcare principles we share with them. I’m happy to know you’re there supporting what is needed to continue to enhance our knowledge base so we can continue helping the world heal.
    sincerely,
    Elizabeth Rohack, LMT
    TRAGER Practitioner/Tutor/IWL

  6. Congratulations, Ruth, and THANK YOU for bringing attention to this very important subject.
    “A Course In Miracles” says that “All healing is essentially the release from fear”, so trauma therapy is indeed the kingpin in the healing process.

  7. Great seminar. Gained a lot of new information that will be very helpful in working with my patients.
    Bought a number of books written by the presenters to continue my studies. Good Job folks!

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    • Photography by Ruth is my family pgtpohraoher. You have great pictures of my son and got him to cooperate even when he started out in a gloomy mood. You have taken 3 sets of photos of my son over the years. And, best of all you took my wedding photos! I’ve got 2 walls that are strictly Ruth’s photos. Now I just need you to come to my house to see them! Thanks Ruth. U R the Best!

  8. This was a wonderful series. It really showed the possibilities of bringing new knowledge to our work and to many populations. I think of the fantastic & appropriate imaging,words and sound that was developed for returning soldiers, and the crossover help for schools dealing with trauma. Why not imaging for senior residential homes, where moving to that phase of life includes so much change and trauma. And the Polyvagal Theory-fascinating. Your questions, Ruth, and attitude in interviewing were a joy to be part of. Thank you so much.

  9. Dear Ruth Buczynski:
    Thank you for the work and the awareness to others that you have done. I am asking you to check out something that is in alignment with your work. Having been and still working in the present Health System I am with great Joy sharing the work Dr. Bradley Nelson has brought to the awareness of the world. Many times I have writen to you and would love to directly talk with you. God has given me the project of research with The Emotion Code and bene4fiting Veteran’s in connection with PTSD and Pain. Over the last number of years I have been blessed to see the benefits and told to do the research. My name is Ruth Kent 828-298-2718.
    Be Well and Be Blessed,
    Gratefully,
    Ruth Kent

  10. Thank you for this series. Excellent presenters! As you plan your next
    steps, if you going to be addressing modalities that are highly effective
    with trauma, might I turn your attention to Diana Fosha’s AEDP –
    Accelerated Experiential Dynamic Psychotherapy. Incredible! She
    is based in NYC so you on the east coast have easier access to AEDP than
    we do in New Mexico. However, we are bringing Dr. Fosha to Santa Fe this
    September for a workshop entitled: Transcending Trauma: Neuroplacticity
    and the Healing of Attachment. See http://www.aedpinstitute.org/santafeworkshop.html
    for all the details. THanks for all your excellent work, Ruth…Leonora Lorenzo, Santa Fe, NM

  11. Ruth, it is we 7,938 practitioners who are most grateful! We are the beneficiaries of your dedication, hard work and skillful interviewing of the outstanding presenters. Thank you. One take away for me was from Sue Johnson’s presentation on How Trauma Affects Intimate Relationships and of course, how intimate relationships can heal trauma.