Rapid Resolution Therapy Event at AHA!
Dorothy Rodwell, a licensed psychotherapist at AHA! A Holistic Approach, Center for Health and Harmony, in Fort Myers, will give a presentation on Rapid Resolution Therapy from 11 a.m. to noon, April 11, at the center.
The therapy and neuroscience can help provide painless healing from trauma such as sexual abuse, harassment and violence. Beyond the #MeToo movement is the #MeTooHealing moment, where suffering stops and healing happens.
The work of Dr. Jon Connelly and The Institute for Survivors of Sexual Violence form the basis for the work of Rodwell, who has been certified in Rapid Resolution Therapy since 2010.
Admission is free. Location: 15971 McGregor Blvd. For more information or to register, call 239-433-5995, email aha@AHolisticApproachCenter.com or visit AHolisticApproachCenter.com.
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