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257 Sexual Abuse Recovery & Self Management – Schapers
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257 Sexual Abuse Recovery & Self Management – Schapers

Sexual Abuse & Recovery

Rebecca & Kim Schaper - Openly discuss their family history with Sexual Abuse and Recovery in helpful detail. This is one you simply must listen to, with direct discussions about their family recovery process and work with others.

Their vulnerability, shame, and recovery practices will help others stand up and be counted.

Rebecca's father molested both this mother and daughter. You must listen to this account to hear how these two open, brave women have reconstructed their lives.

Additional Family Insights

Rebecca was first interviewed on the challenging return of her schizophrenic brother years later at http://corebrainjournal.com/218

Photo by Michael Milverton on Unsplash




Multiple Additional CBJ Experts on Improved Medical Interventions


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Thanks to Kim and Rebecca for joining us here at CBJ to review your personal observations and research about the absolute value of direct interventions and recovery practices following sexual abuse.


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258 Julie M. Simon, MA, MBA, LMFT, is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach with twenty-seven+ years of experience helping overeaters and imbalanced eaters stop dieting, heal their relationships with themselves and their bodies, lose excess weight, - and keep it off.

A lifelong fitness enthusiast, she is also a certified personal trainer with over twenty-five years of experience designing exercise and nutrition programs for various populations. Julie is also the founder and director of the popular Los Angeles-based Twelve-Week Emotional Eating Recovery Program, which offers an alternative to dieting by addressing the mind, body, and spirit imbalances underlying overeating. Her professional experience with and personal journey through childhood trauma, weight challenges, and body, brain, and spiritual imbalances led to the creation of this successful twelve-week program.

Current brain science shows that a lack of consistent emotional nurturance in infancy and childhood, when the brain is being formed, can result in difficulties with self-regulation. Demonstrating via extensive personal and client-based experience, Simon offers a comprehensive, step-by-step mindfulness program designed to rewire the brain and end overindulging once and for all.

In her book, When Food Is Comfort, Simon offers seven powerful mindfulness skills that constitute a practice she calls inner nurturing, which are designed to rewire the brain and end overindulging once and for all. Rather than feeling enslaved to their favorite foods, readers will experience, first hand, that their true source of comfort - all discussed in this interview.