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Shari Botwin, LCSW has been counseling survivors of all types of trauma in her Cherry Hill, New Jersey private practice for over twenty-two years. Her second book, ” Thriving After Trauma: Stories of Living and Healing (Rowman & Littlefield, November 4, 2020)” addresses readers who have experienced trauma or loss due to a variety of experiences–whether abuse, accidents or injury. 

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Shari shows, through personal stories, how many who have experienced the worst kinds of trauma have managed to move on and thrive beyond their experiences. She has given Keynote presentations at a variety of universities and professional conferences and has also provided commentary on a variety of international media platforms; including, ABC, NBC, CBS, CTV, Radio Europe, The Associated Press, The New York Times and Prevention Magazine. She has written features for The Philadelphia Inquirer, Thrive Global, Medium, The Toronto Star and Huffington Post. 

In This Episode

Michael Salter. Women, Complex Trauma, and The Need For Recognition
Johanna Lynn. Epigenetics and Inherited Trauma

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