I’m thrilled to announce that today is launch day for my new interview series, Transformation Talk. Every week for the next year, I’ll post an interview with someone who is a force for good in the world. These men and women have either deepened their passion or found their calling after experiencing a loss, trauma, diagnosis or difficult life event.
Today’s inaugural interview is with Carolin Hauser, Humanistic Psychotherapist and Family Constellation facilitator and author of Blossom: Your 7 Step Journey to Healing Childhood Sexual Trauma
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Carolin Hauser has been involved in the personal healing field for more than 20 years. She holds a degree in Naturopathic Medicine from Germany and is a Humanistic Psychotherapist and Family Constellation facilitator.
Beginning at the age of 11, Carolin endured more than 12 years of immense “soul pain,” which manifested in eating disorders, addictive behavior, co-dependent relationships, and depression. Today, she knows that most of this pain was caused by the childhood sexual abuse she suffered.
After many short and unfulfilling relationships, and an almost destroyed marriage and family, Carolin needed to find a way to heal her own broken heart. Today she has reconciled her relationship with her husband and parents and has found profound peace and joy in life. Carolin sees her purpose in helping others transform their painful past into their authentic power and joy so that they can let their light shine and be the contribution to the world that they came to be.
Carolin is the Author of the book: Blossom – Your 7 Step Journey to Healing Childhood Sexual Trauma and creator of the online course the blossomjourney.com. She has appeared on radio shows and is constantly looking for opportunities to spread her message of hope: that a life filled with peace and purpose after traumatic experiences is possible.
Carolin lives in beautiful Santa Barbara, California, with her husband and two wonderful children, where she loves to dance, be close to the ocean, work and just be.
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She just wrapped up her Indiegogo campaign to fund the publishing of her book. If you’d like to make a donation to help her get this important work into the world, email her at [email protected]
In the interview, she mentions the work of Michael Brown:
If you know someone who would be an amazing interview, please email me at [email protected] with their name, contact information and a little about their story.
Amazing idea (once again!!) Alana. Can’t wait for next week and the week after and and and ..!