Trauma & Family Estrangement
In this episode of Uncomfortable, I chat with Joyous D. Williams, a mental health professional, art therapist, and coach. We discuss trauma, the different ways to cope, and dealing with family estrangement.
Joyous D. Williams is a Mental Health Professional serving the greater Cleveland, Ohio area. She is a nationally board-certified Art Therapist, specializing in brain-based, trauma-informed care. She’s also a coach studied in “Transformative Presence” and has lived experience changing the very fabric of her own life. Personally, Joy is also a Growth-Oriented Mama of 1, a Life Partner, a Dog Mom to 3 unruly beasts and a voracious reader.
Please note that there is some adult language in this episode so pop on those headphones!
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You can follow Joyous over on her website + social media:
Joy’s mailing list/Free Coaching Download: coach.everywomxn.com
Instagram: @recreatingdawn and @traumaclearingbadass.
Article about ACEs – https://developingchild.harvard.edu/media-coverage/take-the-ace-quiz-and-learn-what-it-does-and-doesnt-mean/
CDC ACEs website – https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/acestudy/about.html
Loveland Foundation – https://thelovelandfoundation.org/
Open Path Psychotherapy Collective – https://openpathcollective.org/
Coping Skill Printable Resource – http://www.indigodaya.com/resources/
If you are dealing with trauma and need help immediately then know that you can always call the Crisis Canada Hotline at 1.833.456.4566. They have amazing trained volunteers available 24/7. For more information visit their website www.crisisservicescanada.ca.
If you are having suicidal thoughts then please contact 1–800-SUICIDE.The LifeLine Canada Foundation also has a list of Canadian, USA and international crisis centres.
Click here for a list for a list of Suicide Crisis Hotlines in other countries.