Trauma is experienced both within and from outside the individual: mental and/or physical wounding. To heal, one has to be willing to get back to the source of the trauma and work through it, which is not easy. It takes a particular type of counselor to help a trauma survivor get down to the source. Counselors, ministers, and psychologists who are trauma sensitive are better trained and have more tools at their disposal. Réa Kironn is such a Counselor.”
– James R. Grant Ph.D., D. Min.
Réa Kironn, D. Min.
I have experienced, studied, and understood emotional trauma for much of my life. Trauma has occurred since the beginning of human history, and generations of unhealed psychic wounds have brought humanity to the point of needing massive healing in the 21st century, so that we can move forward with our unique human evolution. My own exposure to domestic violence and the related child abuse over many years has caused me to be dedicated to the understanding of these issues, and how to assist the brain and psyche/soul to heal. This is the heart of my work.
I became interested in metaphysics after constantly asking myself many questions about what had happened to me in childhood, why am I here, and what my life work was. I was overjoyed to discover the much neglected metaphysical Laws of the Universe. I began to embrace them and now feel that all our healing takes place in an atmosphere of love, interconnectedness, thought, and feeling (even if we are choosing conventional medicine). I spent many years visiting psychiatrists, social workers, and psychotherapists—none of whom ever mentioned that my soul might have been wounded during the repeated trauma. Instead, these learned individuals usually just assessed if I was functional or not. Functional does not equal healed.
One of the best things that has happened to me was my decision to return to college (at age 65) to complete my education in metaphysical theology. I studied at the International College of Metaphysical Theology at Vancouver, WA. The bachelor program was writing intensive. The written – paper assignments always asked me to answer the question, “How do you think and feel about this?” No one had ever asked me how I thought or felt about anything before—at least not directly. So, I jumped into it and loved it. I wrote my master’s thesis on spiritual counsel as a healing modality for adults abused as children. That led me to write my doctoral dissertation on emotional trauma—and mountains began to move! My first book, Traumatized! evolved, and my vision became clear.
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- International Association of Metaphysical Practitioners http://metaphysicalassociation.org/
- Charter for Compassion https://charterforcompassion.org/
- American Institute of Health Care Professionals http://aihcp.net/certifications/
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