Interview with Dr Keesha Ewers on Emotional Trauma

DrKeeshaAbout3Recently Dr Keesha Ewers interviewed me for her upcoming Women’s Vitality Summit.

It was a REAL meeting of minds!

Dr Keesha, like me, is deeply committed to both the emotional and spiritual aspects of health, beyond just the physical in all of her patients.

She’ been in medicine for over 30 years and has come to the same conclusions as me!

As both a board certified functional and advanced Ayurvedic practitioner AND a psychotherapist – she understands the deepest root causes of illness.

She’s the author of Solving the Autoimmune Puzzle: The Woman’s Guide to Reclaiming Emotional Freedom and Vibrant Health and Your Libido Story: A Workbook for Women Who Want to Find, Fix, and Free Their Sexual Desire.

If you want to hear our stellar interview – join me on her Women’s Vitality Summit  – it’s free to Register Here.

bannerWe explored deeply the role of childhood trauma as a root cause of so many illnesses women experience, how women can help each other through creating supportive groups for fun, sharing and connection – and so much more!

There are many other powerful speakers on the summit – 40+ including Dr Dan Siegal – the neuroscientist who wrote the book I recommend about attachment trauma so check out the summit here.

See you there!


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3 Comments on Interview with Dr Keesha Ewers on Emotional Trauma

  1. Toni
    April 9, 2017 at 5:14 am (11 months ago)

    Niki, I haven’t seen you focus much lately on your integration of sun personalities process. Are you returning to EFT as a better way to go?

  2. Toni
    April 9, 2017 at 5:15 am (11 months ago)

    I meant sub personalities…

  3. Niki
    April 9, 2017 at 5:06 pm (11 months ago)

    Hi Toni – there are multiple ways to integrate sub personalities – which is the same as resolving emotional trauma. EFT and things like EMDR can be useful for specific incidents that can be remembered and identified. Each part that is traumatized is effectively a sub-personality. For trauma like attachment trauma – which is more “ambient”- present all the time as a state of beingness in relation to others, other therapies may be more useful like neurofeedback, breathing and meditation. Hope that helps.

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