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36: How to Release Trauma So You Can Experience Wholeness with Alex Boianghu
Erin Kinney, naturopathic doctor, naturopathy, functional medicine, food allergies, adrenal stress, genetic testing, hormone testing, nutritional counseling
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Release Trauma

36: How to Release Trauma So You Can Experience Wholeness with Alex Boianghu


Do you know any techniques that could help you release trauma? Have you tried breathing techniques, meditation, or EMDR therapy?


Alex Boianghu is joining me to talk about how trauma can contribute to different patterns in both your health and your relationships, and the many techniques that you can do to work through them.


Alex Boianghu is a dedicated and gifted therapist with over 30 years of study and practice. He uses an integrative approach to therapy, emphasizing psycho-spiritual growth grounded in somatic therapy’s focus on the unity of body and mind. Alex is trained in EMDR, a technique used to help people process and resolve trauma successfully. He is also a gifted couple’s therapist, assisting the partners to reach deep levels of awareness and compassion. 


With compassion and discernment, Alex guides and models how to positively harness the psycho-dynamic energies we all possess to rediscover our common and innate holistic nature.


In Today’s Episode We Discuss: 


  • Why you need to get in touch with your quality of being
  • How to find your expressive energy
  • Anxiety and depression as a symtpom
  • Tips for settling your nervous system
  • Different breathing techniques and their power
  • How reliving your stories can cause more harm than good
  • What somatic healing is
  • What EMDR is


Remember, our bodies are so wise, and they exist to take care of us. Everything we experience is an opportunity to realize our wholeness.


If you are struggling with something from your past or maybe you feeling like you’re reliving the same story that is draining you, find a therapist that is trained in the many techniques that Alex talks about in this episode. You can even reach out to Alex directly if that is easiest for you. He sees patients from all over the world, and you can contact him through the link below.


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