Healing Emotional Trauma
Practical Pathways to Decrease Anxiety, Anger & Lower Blood Pressure
About the Book
“The human spirit is simultaneously fragile and resilient, and with Healing Emotional Trauma, Dr. Landry explores that delicate balance in great detail. The ability to rise above challenge is one that everyone needs to master, and this book offers compassionate, accessible, and approachable advice to inspire readers to do just that.” —Helen F. Williams, APRN, ANP-BC, COHN-S, FAAOHN, Nurse Practitioner Manager- Boston University Occupational Health
“The author’s professional background serves her well in the writing and presentation of this material. She clearly knows of what she speaks, and she has a confident and caring style that talks to readers without talking down to them. That’s a very good thing in a self-help book such as this.” —Dr. Thomas Page, Professor of Psychology Capella University
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About the Author
As a healer, Dr. Jayan Marie Landry, a licensed psychotherapist, Clinical Nurse Specialist & Nurse Practitioner with a doctorate in counseling psychology, has thirty years experience specializing in crisis intervention. As the cofounder of the first East Coast Trauma Intervention Program of Merrimack Valley (TIP) in 1993, she has experience with over 22,000 child and adult victims of trauma. Numerous international travel and clinical trauma healing experiences allow her to blend Eastern & Western philosophies in her private practice, JourneyZend, L.L.C. located in downtown Andover. With a clinical focus on life wellness, and healing losses related to grief and trauma, she works with clients who have anxiety, depression, PTSD, grief, losses, and life transitions. With her interest in Eastern complementary and alternative therapy methods, she also practices REIKI III and EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). Her three prior publications include coloring books to help adults and children grieve losses related to sudden death, suicide and sexual touching in her “Helping Healing Series.” As a cum laude graduate of Boston College, she received the prestigious “Boston College Young Alumni Achievement Award” (1999). She has been honored with a great number of community accolades, including the Merrimack Valley regional newspaper, The Eagle-Tribune’s “Woman of the Year Award” (1999).