Author Archives: Dr. Kathleen Young

Mindful Monday

Welcome to a new series of posts on Treating Trauma: Mindful Mondays. Continue reading

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Breaking Silence: Talking about Trauma

Talking about trauma: as is so often the case in healing, it is a matter of when, how and to whom. Continue reading

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Treating Trauma and the Therapeutic Frame

A reader asks about the therapeutic value of in between session contact with clients with complex trauma. Continue reading

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Avoidance and Trauma Therapy

Avoidance is an understandable response to trauma and a vicious cycle. Continue reading

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Blazing a Path

Mass murder. Misogyny. Maya Angelou. Jane Doe. The Transgender Tipping Point.

These are the things on my mind and heart. Continue reading

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