*Trigger warning* - childhood trauma and abuse content.
Childhood trauma is at the center of continued cycles of intergenerational pain. In this episode, author, childhood trauma survivor, and healing facilitator, Nate Postlethwait shares how we can start to look into our past to heal what’s still hurting in the present and ways in which healers can increase their accountability in helping survivors of trauma.
ABOUT NATE POSTLETHWAIT
A few years ago Nate Postlethwait walked away from a highly successful career in real estate to give himself a reset and find more understanding in his life. He sold his home and everything with it and traveled throughout the world for several months. During his travels, he began publicly sharing his journey of healing from childhood trauma and the battles with his mental health. Quickly, a community began to form. Other survivors began sharing their stories in the comments section. That community has grown to over 175k and continues to have thousands of new friends join weekly. Nate has lead sold out webinars on inner child work and most recently, written a four week course on this work and offers multiple weekly q & a's that help share stories from within this survivor community. He identifies as a loud introvert, but also incredibly tender hearted to those who are hurting and need help. His life mission is to help those who need trauma informed therapy, find it in a way that is accessible and affordable. He’s an avid traveler, but proudly calls Denver, CO home.
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