The We you Don't See: Understanding the Long Shadows of Trauma

Author:   Dr Helen Sairany
Publisher:   Palmetto Publishing
ISBN:  

9798822925052


Pages:   356
Publication Date:   01 December 2023
Format:   Hardback
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Unmasking the Invisible Scars: Journeying Through Hidden Traumas to Find Healing. In The We You Don't See, Dr. Helen Sairany unravels a narrative that's both gripping and deeply transformative. Drawing from her own experiences growing up amidst the horrors of war in Iraq, and juxtaposing them with her mission to heal traumatized refugee girls, this book is a testament to the indomitable human spirit. Within these pages, readers are not only taken on a journey through the perilous landscapes of a war-torn nation, but also through the often more treacherous terrains of the human psyche. As Sairany delves deep into the intricacies of trauma, she sheds light on the invisible scars that many carry with them, often in silence. But this is not just a tale of survival; it's a roadmap to healing. Interwoven with poignant personal stories are powerful insights into mental health, challenging societal norms and perceptions. Each chapter serves as a beacon, guiding those affected by trauma towards understanding and recovery. For anyone who has ever felt the weight of their past, or struggled to find their place in the world, this book offers solace, understanding, and hope. It's a call to recognize the battles that many face in silence, and an affirmation that healing is not just possible, but within reach.

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Author:   Dr Helen Sairany
Publisher:   Palmetto Publishing
Imprint:   Palmetto Publishing
Dimensions:   Width: 15.20cm , Height: 2.40cm , Length: 22.90cm
Weight:   0.689kg
ISBN:  

9798822925052


Pages:   356
Publication Date:   01 December 2023
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In stock   Availability explained
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"Helen Sairany is a Kurdish-American born in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. She lives in Tallahassee, with her two French bulldogs, SeVay and Jango-the Kurdish names for apple and hero, where she serves as the Executive Vice President and CEO of Florida Pharmacy Association.Helen Sairany holds extensive knowledge and expertise in trauma informed care and leadership. She has keynoted nationally and internationally on wide range of topics including but not limited to mental health fitness and wellbeing, racial and developmental trauma, addiction, diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging.Her greatest passion is traveling the world. Throughout her years of travel, she has embarked on many adventures including trekking in Southeast Asia, summiting Everest Base Camp in Nepal, W circuit in Patagonia-Chile, Machu Picchu and Rainbow Mountain in Peru, and Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. After visiting 80+ destinations in the world, she has developed an appreciation for a diverse mix of cultures, people, and traditions.She is a proud author of two books; ""Trading Grenades for Candy: A Kurdish Refugee'sAmerican Journey"" and ""The We You Don't See: Understanding the Long Shadows of Trauma."" Her love for writing started when she blogged about her experiences living as a single woman in a male-dominated field in the Middle East. In her free time, she served as a faculty adviser for the All-Women Blogger's Club, where she teaches young women from the minority communities how to voice their opinions through writing."

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