Understanding Your Trauma Narrative — Rachael Clinton [Podcast]

Tray and Melody sit down with Rachael Clinton for a two-part discussion on spiritual trauma. In the podcast, she explains why going into places of pain and trauma is an important part of the healing process. Listen to Part 1 below!

Show Notes

On this week’s episode of the Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with Rachael Clinton for a two-part discussion on spiritual trauma. Rachael is a trauma specialist, pastor, preacher and therapeutic practitioner who serves as the Director of Organizational Development for The Allender Center at The Seattle School. In the podcast, she explains why going into places of pain and trauma is an important part of the healing process. While we often times believe we can just ignore or think our way into healing, Rachael explains that true healing comes from utilizing resources and finding the right groups that can help us through our pain.

 

 

Check out the video below to watch this week’s episode with Rachael:

(Go to https://youtu.be/uXiCCY93ImM to view on YouTube.)

 

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