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Episode 30 – How TRE Helps with Addiction, Anxiety, and Trauma [Podcast]

Episode 30 – How TRE Helps with Addiction, Anxiety, and Trauma [Podcast]

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 30 -How TRE Helps with Addiction, Anxiety, and Trauma

A conversation between Samina Khan and  Paul Garrigan

Samina is our resident Trauma Release Exercises (TRE) expert. In this episode of the podcast, she discusses topics including:

Samina, counsellor at Hope Rehab

NOTE: Currently no TRE trainer at Hope ‘sorry’

Resources: Samina recommends you visit David Bercili’s website where you will find a ton of information and resources.

You can also check out our TRE page

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