In today's world, poverty and abandonment have become a harsh reality for many people. The trauma that comes with such experiences can be debilitating, but it is not impossible to overcome. In this podcast episode, we get to meet Dr. Gina, who has dedicated her life to helping individuals who have experienced poverty and abandonment.
Dr. Gina is a renowned psychologist whose work centers around empowering individuals by helping them overcome the trauma of their past experiences. She believes in the power of resilience and works tirelessly to help others discover their inner strength so that they can move from a state of abandoned despair towards thriving success despite all odds. In this podcast episode, Dr.
IN THIS PODCAST EPISODE:
- Gain insight into how to overcome the trauma of poverty and abandonment.
- Hear from an expert in the field, Dr. Gina, on strategies for thriving after experiencing these challenges.
- Learn how to build resilience and overcome adversity in your own life.
- Gain inspiration and hope from the stories of others who have overcome similar challenges.
- Access valuable resources and tools for healing and growth.
Introduction to Dr, Gina Simmons Schneider
Dr. Gina Simmons Scheider's inspiring journey of overcoming the trauma of poverty and abandonment, and going from abandoned to thriving. Through stories of resilience, courage, and strength, we'll uncover what it takes to beat the odds in order to rise above adversity. Dr. Gina Simmons Schneider is the author of Frazzlebrain: Break Free from Anxiety, Anger, and Stress. Using Advanced Discoveries in Neuropsychology (Central Recovery Press, March 2022). She is a licensed psychotherapist, executive coach, and corporate trainer for Fortune 500 companies. She serves as co-director of Schneider Counseling and Corporate Solutions. Dr. Simmons Schneider is a coping skills expert with more than 25 years of experience helping people regulate difficult emotions and conﬂicts.
Connect with others to create new experiences and open up new worlds that can lead you to truly beautiful things in life and great joy.
Dr. Schneider is certiﬁed in Neuroscience for Clinicians and Critical Incident Stress Debrieﬁng through National Trauma Services. She has been quoted in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and the San Diego Union-Tribune. Laurence Knight interviewed her for the BBC World Service, program “How to Be Angry.” Dr. Schneider blogs for Psychology Today and writes the award-winning Manage Anger Daily blog. She has blogged for Forbes and Women in Crime Ink which the Wall Street Journal named a “blog worth reading. checkout her website at www.frazzlebrain.com
Product or service to offer our audience:
Psychotherapy, executive coaching, speaking, and corporate training services.
Frazzlebrain: break free from anxiety, anger, and stress using advanced discoveries in neuropsychology
Inspirational books recommended by Dr. Gina:
Our Missing Hearts by Celeste Ng
Beautiful Country by QianJulie Wang
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