Susanne Babbel, PhD, is a licensed psychotherapist practicing with a trauma specialty in her private practice in San Francisco, CA. She is a member of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) Marti Glenn, PhD, is cofounder and clinical director of Ryzio Institute, and founding president of Santa Barbara Graduate Institute. She holds degrees in prenatal, perinatal, somatic, and clinical psychology.
“This is clearly a book that all survivors of trauma, therapists, and other mind-body healers can greatly benefit from. It is comprehensive, thoughtful, well written, and scientifically grounded. The book combines both theory and practical mind-body exercises that show how one can recognize the limiting patterns resulting from trauma. Then, most importantly, it guides the reader to create new patterns in the areas of health, love, spirituality, work, and finances. Susanne has simplified this body-based approach to trauma so readers will find it user-friendly and applicable to their particular situation.” — Peter A. Levine, PhD, author of Waking the Tiger and In an Unspoken Voice
“This groundbreaking book offers understanding and healing to anyone who has suffered any trauma in their lifetime. It is a source of wisdom, empowering readers to break through limitations and achieve their highest potential. I highly recommend it to all who seek greater awareness and an ever more fulfilling life.” — Patricia Evans, author of The Verbally Abusive Relationship
“In Heal the Body, Heal the Mind, author Susanne Babbel has done a magnificent job explaining the difficult and complex topic of trauma in terms that are easy to understand. The practical solutions she offers stand up to real-life circumstances. Well done!” — Suzanne Scurlock-Durana, author of Reclaiming Your Body and Full Body Presence
“Trauma leaves its traces deep within the emotional brain, generating intrusive feelings of anxiety and helplessness. Heal the Body, Heal the Mind is a comprehensive, effective guidebook that takes victims of trauma along a path of deep recovery, allowing them to bring emotional, spiritual, and cognitive energy directly to the source of their wounds.” — Susan Anderson, author of The Abandonment Recovery Workbook and Taming Your Outer Child
“Susanne Babbel offers an admirably comprehensive, readable, and practical guide to recognizing the various forms of trauma and how to heal from it so that our lives can move forward. Through her deep insights, gentle guidance, and helpful exercises, this book offers a pathway to reconnecting with ourselves and moving toward a more joyful and meaningful life. I highly recommend this book.” — John Amodeo, PhD, author of Dancing with Fire and Love and Betrayal