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Understanding and Overcoming Trauma with Bradley Hall: NPE Trauma Specialist  

Mental Health has become a mainstream topic in recent years due to its prevalent nature in today’s society. According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 70% of adults worldwide have experienced some form of trauma in their lifetime. Those who experience trauma are at higher risk for negative health outcomes such as chronic pain, substance abuse, and suicide. They are also at higher risk of developing a range of mental health conditions, including depression, anxiety, and PTSD. However, some topics such as NPE (Not Parent Expected) trauma have been long overlooked and it’s about time we shed light on what has often been perceived as a “ taboo topic”. 

One of the unique challenges of NPE trauma is the loss of identity that often accompanies it. The revelation that one’s biological parent is not the person they thought they were can lead to feelings of confusion and a sense of not belonging. The symptoms of this realization can be devastating, leaving individuals feeling confused, betrayed, and lost. This type of trauma can have a significant impact on an individual’s physical and mental health, and its long-reaching effects can be felt from generation to generation. Fortunately, there are resources available to help individuals overcome the effects of NPE trauma, including certified trauma recovery coaching.

Bradley Hall, a certified Trauma Recovery Coach and mindfulness instructor, offers the Certified Trauma Specialist Course, a professional, interactive 10-week course designed to help individuals understand and overcome the effects of trauma. The course explores the definition of trauma, its impact on physical and mental health, and its long-reaching effects from generation to generation. The course also focuses on the overarching, long-term effect trauma can have on our daily lives.

Participants in the Certified Trauma Specialist Course will learn how to identify and manage the symptoms of trauma, understand coping strategies, and the importance of recovery. Through a combination of interactive lectures, group discussions, and hands-on exercises, individuals will gain a much better understanding of the various types and effects of trauma, the multi-dimensionality of trauma survivors, as well as understanding trauma in the context of social, gender, racial, ethnic and historical frameworks. For those interested in a career in trauma recovery coaching, successful completion of the Certified Trauma Specialist qualifies learners to enroll in the trauma recovery coaching certification course. 

In addition to this unique course, Bradley Hall also offers specialized training and coaching programs designed specifically for individuals dealing with NPE trauma. Bradley offers one-on-one coaching sessions, group support, and access to a community of individuals who have also experienced this often devastating tragedy. The programs are tailored to meet the unique needs of individuals dealing with NPE trauma and provide a safe and supportive environment for healing. By working with a certified trauma recovery coach, individuals can gain a deeper understanding of their experiences and develop the skills needed to move forward with confidence. 

If you are struggling with the effects of NPE trauma, the Certified Trauma Specialist Course and Not Parent Expected programs offered by Bradley Hall can provide the support and guidance you need to overcome your past and recreate your future. With the right tools and resources, individuals can rebuild a sense of identity, develop coping strategies, and build resilience in the face of adversity. Additionally, Bradley Hall offers a specialized NPE trauma education course for mental health professionals who work with individuals dealing with a Not Parent Expected discovery. This course is also open to those who successfully complete the Certified Trauma Specialist course mentioned previously. 

The next class of the Certified Trauma Specialist Course starts on July 18th 2023 with a meet and greet, and the course kicks off on July 25th 2023. If you are interested in enrolling in the course, learning more about the Not Parent Expected Coaching programs, visit Bradley Hall’s website today.