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Pure Curiosity: Brad Kammer on Healing Complex Trauma

October 18, 2019

This podcast was difficult to title, because it covers so much ground. Brad Kammer talks to us about connection, community, shame, fear, love, sexuality...he basically covers the range of human experience from both a clinical and personal perspective. His extensive work in the field of trauma, and his depth of understanding around the healing process make this episode feel especially important. Brad is my teacher in the certification program for the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM), and from day one I knew I wanted to have him on this podcast. He is insightful and heartfelt, and I believe listening to his message will leave you with a sense of hope for our collective healing. 


About Our Guest:



Brad Kammer, LMFT, LPCC is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist and Professional Clinical Counselor. Brad is a NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) Master Therapist, Consultant, and Faculty Trainer, teaching and working with complex trauma internationally. Brad is also a Somatic Experiencing (SE) Practitioner, Consultant and Faculty Trainer, and has been involved in bringing SE to various communities around the world. Brad began his career as a Humanitarian Aid Worker in Asia which introduced him to personal and collective trauma. He became passionate about supporting individuals and communities in the transformation of trauma. Brad has since focused his work on the integration of Somatic Psychology, Interpersonal Neurobiology, and wisdom from Spiritual Traditions and Traditional Cultures. Brad lives in a small town in Northern California with his family where he is a Somatic Psychotherapist, College Professor, Trauma Consultant, and Community Educator on Body-Mind approaches to Stress, Trauma & Self-Care.


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