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Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob sits down with LMFT, Jon Sorensen for an in depth and informative discussion about adverse childhood experiences, when to seek therapy and the impact on adulthood.

Enjoy this great conversation and share with a friend!

Jon is a published author, teacher and education researcher. Through his work with families as a teacher, he recognized that many “learning challenges” or “behavioral issues” were in fact, a result of emotional struggles, generational trauma, and unbalanced family dynamics. Having found a field that demanded he use all his analytical, scientific, creative, existential and philosophical impulses, Jon began working on a specialization in healing developmental trauma, PTSD and resulting mental health struggles. How now operates a thriving therapy practice in Santa Monica CA.

Leveraging newfound knowledge developed by people like Bessel van der Kolk, Peter Levine, Elaine Miller-Karas, Francine Shapiro, Eugene Gendlin, Laurel Parnell and others, Jon continues to apply the most effective treatments for his clients while happily donating his time to speak to individuals and groups to educate people about how much is known and how much is available to us now that did not exist 30 years ago. Jon asserts that 30 years ago, you had to learn to cope with and accept many mental health challenges. Now, you can actually reset your nervous system and live free of traumatizing experiences.

How to contact Jon:

Jon Sorensen, LMFT website 

How to contact Dr. Bob:

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