Judi Hancox joins me today to discuss grief, trauma, and how we can recover from either or both. Judi is the big sister of Helping Parents Heal Vice President, Irene Vouvalides. When Irene's daughter Carly passed in 2013, it impacted Judi deeply and she began seeking ways to help her and her sister heal from this major trauma.
Judi has developed the Shiome method which draws upon ancient practices as well as modern techniques like EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Judi has used these techniques to help people find rapid and complete relief from trauma.
To find out more about Judi, visit her at https://www.judithhancox.com or https://www.shiome.com
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Licensed Clinical Social Worker | Healer | Developer of Shiome
Judith Hancox is a licensed Clinical Social Worker with decades of experience in social work and multiple modalities of healing. Judi has developed her own method of healing, Shiome, based on ancient healing techniques combined with cutting edge science. She is currently training people in RRGT (Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy) that almost miraculously removes trauma from the loss of a loved one and develops a new sense of purpose and connection.