Counseling has so many approaches, theories and techniques and today we are focusing on EMDR.
Jennifer and I share a passion for helping women be free from trauma, free from limiting beliefs, free to feel confident and empowered. We also both believe in the power so healing on that deeper subconscious level.
In this amazing episode on naturopathic medicine and health, we cover many aspects of health, wellness and the multidisciplinary approach more and more people are looking for
- Guideposts for post partum emotions
- Post partum worry signs
- Restoring hope
- Amazing reveal of new partnership
For other resources for post partum support, go to https://www.postpartum.net/
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Jennifer Kizer, MA LPC is a licensed professional counselor with ten years of professional experience helping others heal and recovery from many issues including depression, anxiety, as well as trauma and PTSD. Jennifer also specializes in providing EMDR therapy in treating trauma and PTSD as well as working with pregnant and postpartum mothers. Jennifer helps give mothers the tools they need to achieve emotional wellness as well as the support in a crucial time in a woman’s life to facilitate mothers feeling confident and thriving in motherhood.Jennifer is a holistic therapist incorporates healing mind, body and spirit. She is a Reiki master practitioner offering energy healing sessions and is also an instructor teaching Body N Brain Yoga classes. Body N Brain yoga teaches how to activate your energy system increasing heath, happiness and peace from the inside finding and connecting to one’s true value. Body N Brain Yoga was developed in 1985 by Ilchi Lee that combines East Asian healing and energy philosophies, and brain education. Personally, Jennifer is a mother of five beautiful children ages 16, 14, 12, 10 and 4 years old who provide her with great joy and an increased sense of of motivation and purpose.
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Thank you for this article is very helpful, especially for women who have problems with self-esteem and struggling with trauma. This is also a primary factor that holds me from achieving my full potential.