Award-Winning Author Publishes New Book on Healing from Past Trauma

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Clinical psychotherapist and award-winning author Dr. Leland W. Howe has written a new book titled “Grab the Tiger by the Tail”, which introduces a revolutionary approach to healing from past trauma. In his new book, released by EWH Press, Dr. Howe brings together some of the latest research in three key areas: 1) brain function, 2) the effects of trauma, and 3) the wisdom of the body. He shares fascinating case studies documenting his discovery of a new, revolutionary client-centered and client-directed approach to emotional and mental healing, including the healing of past trauma.

Grab the Tiger By the Tail

Grab the Tiger By the Tail: The Revolutionary Spontaneous Energetic & Trauma Healing Process

Quite by accident, I made the discovery that by understanding how your brain works and by listening to the wisdom of your body, you have the power to heal and transform your life.
—Dr. Leland Howe

Clinical psychotherapist and award-winning author Dr. Leland W. Howe has written a new book released by EWH Press titled "Grab the Tiger by the Tail: The Revolutionary Spontaneous Energetic & Trauma Healing Process", which introduces a revolutionary approach to healing from past trauma.

“Quite by accident, I made the discovery that by understanding how your brain works and by listening to the wisdom of your body, you have the power to heal and transform your life,” says author Dr. Leland W. Howe.

Trauma can take many forms and can originate from many sources. By its very nature modern life tends to produce an increasing number of traumatic experiences for greater numbers of people. And for perhaps a surprisingly large number of people in our culture, trauma can be experienced during common or ‘normal’ life events, such as during childhood and teenage years.

Unhealed past trauma can affect an individual’s life in many ways and with many results, for example: conflict in relationships, an over reactive emotional brain alarm, an overly-critical ‘inner judge’ voice, various tensions and holding patterns in the body, depression and anxiety, debilitating stress and various emotional and physical disorders, such as sleep deprivation. This past trauma is stored in the body until it is recognized and released, and a person learns to grow beyond it.

In his newly released book "Grab the Tiger by the Tail", Dr. Leland W. Howe presents a revolutionary, client-centered healing process to overcome trauma and chronic crisis/stress related physical, emotional and mental disturbances. This important book is the result of over 25 years of research and clinical work in the areas of brain function, the effects of trauma, and the wisdom of the body. Dozens of case studies are described in detail to support Dr. Howe’s hypothesis that understanding how the brain and body interact is vital to the trauma and crisis/stress related physical, emotional, and mental healing process.

Dr. Leland W. Howe has been working with individuals and groups to heal from the results of past trauma for over 25 years. Dr. Howe received his M.S.W and Ph.D. from Michigan State University and served as a Professor of Psychological Education at Temple University for ten years. He is the author and co-author of numerous books and professional articles, including the worldwide bestseller, Values Clarification, which received the Pi Lambda Theta Outstanding Book of the Year Award in 1973.

"Grab the Tiger By the Tail: The Revolutionary Spontaneous Energetic & Trauma Healing Process" by Leland W. Howe introduces a revolutionary approach to healing from past trauma. In this new book, Dr. Howe shows readers that understanding how the brain and body interact can lead to key insights into how past trauma is preventing them from living the life they want and deserve. The book can be purchased from EWH Press in paperback or in eReader format.

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