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Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Author debuts a Raw, Laser Focused Workbook on Healing that Cuts to the Core of Healing from Attachment Wounds

Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Author debuts a Raw, Laser Focused Workbook on Healing that Cuts to the Core of Healing from Attachment Wounds

Troy L. Love, LCSW provides a path for healing from the wounds of Loss, Neglect, Rejection, Abandonment, Betrayal, and Abuse.

YUMA, AZ – 14 Jun, 2017 – Every day media broadcasts stories of political fighting, hate crimes, terrorist attacks, human brutality, and destructive humor.  As a nation, there is more debt, drug abuse, obesity, and broken relationships than in any other time in history.   Conversely, social scientists and researchers agree that humans are designed for connection with each other. Spiritually. Emotionally. Physically. Neurologically. We are wired for connection… and when those connections break, we break. Those breaks in relationship connection are also known as attachment wounds. There is little in the world that can be more painful than experiencing an attachment wound. Without healing, there can be lifelong consequences including addiction, depression, anxiety, broken relationships, and even suicide.  

Finding Peace: Healing from Loss, Neglect, Rejection, Abandonment, Betrayal, and Abuse is the fusion of a fictional storyline about 8 individuals looking for greater and a workbook for the reader to participate along with the characters in the story.  Troy L. Love, LCSW developed the Core of Peace model to help his clients have a map of healing from their wounds of loss, rejection, abandonment, and other attachment wounds that nearly every person on the planet has experienced.  Readers will learn ways to change negative core messages, increase awareness of the Shadows of Shame, and how to turn anger, fear, and sadness into feelings of peace and love.

This book is for anyone serious about healing these attachment wounds, ready to become honest about changing their life, and willing to be vulnerable.  

About the Author

With over 20 years of experience, Troy L. Love specializes in helping others heal from trauma, improve relationships, and overcome compulsive or addictive behaviors.  Troy received his Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. He serves as the President and Clinical Director of Yuma Counseling Services.  He also is the Lead Facilitator of the LifeStar Network, a nationally recognized Sexual Addiction program. 

For more information, go to www.troyllove.com

The book launches on Amazon on June 19, 2017, and can be pre-purchased here: https://www.amazon.com/Finding-Peace-Workbook-Rejection-Abandonment/dp/1546458727

Media Contact
Company Name: Yuma Counseling Services
Contact Person: Troy Love
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 9282769535
Country: United States
Website: http://troyllove.com/