Are psychological injuries really the deadliest of them all? Shouldn’t we be more worried about burned flesh, and torn veins? Dr. Eric Kuelker unpacks the science of how wounds to the mind hurt the body, and how we can achieve deep healing for both.
I love working with clients! It is so rewarding to see clients step out of depression, or restore their fractured relationships. Watching confidence and strength build in a person who had so little before, is really gratifying.
Kelowna (The Core Centre of Health)
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