Shannon Thomas – Healing from Hidden Abuse – Interview Tracy Malone

Shannon Thomas Interview - Healing From Hidden Abuse

If you are ready to understand the stages of recovery of hidden abuse, there is no better book then Shannon Thomas’s HEALING FROM HIDDEN ABUSE. I was blessed by being able to interview her, the interview outlines her book quite well.

Reviews of Shannon’s Book Healing From Hidden Abuse
Compassionate and well-researched, a must read for anyone healing from psychological abuse. The warm, conversational writing style and Shannon Thomas professional experience combine to make the perfect recovery resource. — Jackson MacKenzie, author of Psychopath Free and cofounder of PsychopathFree.com

Shannon Thomas has written an important book about something ugly, hidden, and difficult to describe. Psychological abuse. How is it possible that one person can gain so much power to destroy another person s sense of worth, safety, and sanity? Shannon tells you how, but more importantly, she gives you a roadmap that helps you wake up, break free, heal, and rebuild your shattered life. —Leslie Vernick LCSW, counselor, coach, speaker, and author of The Emotionally Destructive Marriage and The Emotionally Destructive Relationship.

Few writers are able to connect research, experience, and intuitive understanding as Shannon Thomas does in her groundbreaking new book for survivors of emotional and psychological trauma. In Healing from Hidden Abuse, you will find not only evidence of Shannon’s expertise as a therapist who has worked with clients suffering from the trauma of covert psychological abuse, but also her powerful mastery of the crucial questions that are needed in order to work through the trauma and heal. — Shahida Arabi, author of Becoming the Narcissist s Nightmare: How to Devalue and Discard the Narcissist While Supplying Yourself and founder of Self-Care Haven.