How to Use Traumatic Experiences to Optimize Recovery from Addictive Behaviors with Dr. Jamie Marich

December 16, 2012


Dr. Jamie Marich joins holistic health talk for women radio host Irina Wardas on Wednesday, December 19th at 9:30 am PT / 12:30 pm ET LIVE

Listen: Holistic Health Talk Women’s Radio Show Topic: Addiction Recovery; Optimize Recovery from Compulsive and Addictive Behaviors Using Your Traumatic Experiences with Dr. Jamie Marich

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Online holistic health talk womens radio show streams live from the host page

Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC specializes in the treatment of trauma, addictions, and spiritual issues and believes in the importance of honoring a person’s traumatic experiences and working with them in a safe, holistic manner to optimize success in recovery from addictive behaviors. 

Dr. Marich is the author of “Trauma and the Twelve Steps: A Complete Guide to Enhancing Recovery,” and “EMDR Made Simple: Four Approaches for Using EMDR with Every Client“, and the developer of the “Dancing Mindfulness” practice, a trauma-sensitive community yoga & dance practice that helps people connect with their own inner potential to use movement and spirituality to heal.Dr.Jamie Marich, trauma and addiction

Dr. Marich has traveled the country since 2008 training on topics related to trauma and addiction, offering both continuing education and retreats.

Callers are welcome to join the conversation: (347)-857-4862

Suggested Women’s Radio and Podcast Interview Questions:

How did you get interested in working with trauma and addiction recovery?

Many people associate trauma issues with psychiatric conditions like PTSD but this isn’t always the case. Can you tell us a bit about what trauma means?

What is the best guidance you would give to a listener who feels that he/she is struggling with addictive or compulsive behaviors?

What guidance would you give to a person who feels “stuck” in the past?

What do we need to know about about the value of working with the body in addiction recovery and trauma treatment?

 Looking forward to your questions (347)-857-4862

Let us breathe, smile and dance at the end of the radio broadcast together.

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