A Quest for Well-Being podcast

Making Sense Of Trauma To Make Meaning Out Of Healing

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— “Trauma often separates us from our own self, leaving us feeling disjointed.  We exile parts of us we feel are “bad”, and shame hides us from seeing our own reflection. Through healing, you can have a mind, body, spirit connection that ushers in a new sense of self-agency and self-alignment. If you have trauma or abuse in your human experience story, you are not alone.  You are not broken. You do not need fixing. While we cannot go back and remove the trauma that we endured, we can find healing now in our present and live our best, authentic life!” - Sara

Valeria interviews Sara Miley — She is an experienced crisis advocate and an IFS-informed trauma recovery coach.

Through her own learned and lived experiences, she is passionate about helping survivors find the roots of their suffering. By making sense of their trauma, they can make meaning out of their healing.

Her focus is on survivors of: developmental/childhood trauma, attachment wounds, emotional abuse and neglect, cPTSD - those who struggle with the emotional and relational aftereffects of dysfunctional formative years. 

She is the owner and coach of Full Circle Wellspring LLC, the founder and coachsultant of the Personalized Trauma Healing System™, and the host of the Trauma Survivorhood podcast. She is available for private and group consulting, interviews, press, podcasts, and trauma-informed consulting for businesses.

To learn more about Sara Miley and her work, please visit: https://www.fullcirclewellspring.com/





— This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.

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