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Jennifer holds a Master’s Degree in Applied Psychotherapy and has considerable training in spiritual psychotherapy, Internal Family Systems, EMDR therapy, somatic psychotherapy and couples therapy and has extensive knowledge and experience with complex trauma. She is an author and the founder of the Psychotherapy Central Podcast and offers transformational courses to help individuals and couples heal trauma and build secure long-term relationships.
Mohr knew his childhood and adolescence were different from most other kids his age. His days were littered with celebrities and parties; living abroad for Hollywood film and TV shoots; even appearances in TV episodes, all courtesy of his radio and screen actor dad Gerald Mohr. After Gerald Mohr left his family for another woman, and his mother later married accomplished businessman Stanley Dashew, Anthony found himself navigating a different journey – one of a blended family during a time when divorce was rare and considered shocking.
Traumatic events and natural disasters have psychological, emotional and spiritual effects on survivors, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Darla Gale knows this to be true. After working with many people who were impacted by the devastating Camp Fire of 2018, she started creating a book to help survivors of all kinds of disasters. Now, it’s Gale’s mission to get her book, Sifting Through the Ashes: Finding Beauty, Peace, Love, and Strength Through Trauma, into the hands of as many people in need of healing as possible.

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