Beyond Your Past

Releasing Shame and Recovering Repressed Memories through Writing, with Elisabeth Corey, MSW

April 08, 2019
Beyond Your Past
Releasing Shame and Recovering Repressed Memories through Writing, with Elisabeth Corey, MSW
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Beyond Your Past
Releasing Shame and Recovering Repressed Memories through Writing, with Elisabeth Corey, MSW
Apr 08, 2019
Matthew Pappas, CLC, MPNLP
Talking with Survivor Coach and MSW, Elisabeth Corey from BeatingTrauma.com on how writing can be an integral part of healing and working with our inner parts.
Show Notes

Elisabeth Corey, MSW, and founder of BeatingTrauma.com joins me on the podcast as a return guest to discuss how writing and journaling can be an incredibly beneficial modality of healing. I first had the opportunity to chat with Elisabeth back in episode 38 as we discussed working with our inner parts to help heal trauma. Inner Parts work is a specialty of Elisabeth and continues to be a focus in her work with private clients and in her group sessions, webinars, and other resources created for survivors.

During my chat with Elisabeth Corey on this episode of the podcast, we're diving more into those aspects of writing I mentioned earlier:

This was such an incredible chat with Elisabeth and she dives more in depth to those topics and shares her vast knowledge in a way that is validating and inspiring. I hope you'll consider checking out this episode and sharing it with someone who might find it helpful.

Be sure and follow Elisabeth Corey, MSW on Twitter @BeatingTrauma and her website, BeatingTrauma.com, where you can also learn about her programs, webinars, and workshops.

Matthew Pappas, CLC, MPNLP

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