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Below is a growing collection of articles that pertain to the Serenity Trauma Foundation and its treatments and philosophies.


‘The Invisible War’ Team Establishes Treatment Program for Survivors of Military Sexual Trauma
via Art With Impact

“Executive producer Regina Kulik Scully serves as the program sponsor, and therapists from the Serenity Trauma Healing Center in Los Angeles, CA have been charged with developing the treatment structure.”

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Serenity Trauma Foundation’s Founder & Executive Director, Dr. Joanne Mednick

discusses what resistance is, what it isn’t, and overcoming it, on RadioMD.

Original Air Date: 3/11/2016

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​”What Is Resistance & How Can You Overcome It?”

Summary: Resistance can be challenging to identify and even more challenging to overcome in healthy ways. ​When you are trying to heal from a trauma, you may find yourself confronting internal roadblocks and obstacles, also known as resistance. Resistance can be challenging to identify and even more challenging to overcome in healthy ways. Dr. Joanne Mednick takes a holistic approach to helping people identify and overcome resistance. Through Dr. Mednick’s training in advance EMDR and Brain Spotting techniques, as well as sensory motor psychotherapy and somatic therapy, she has been able to give even the most traumatized clients, including those battling addiction, tools to process their issues without added stress. Dr. Mednick discusses what resistance is (and what it isn’t) and how overcoming resistance can bring about healing on all five levels of consciousness: Mental, Physical, Energetic, Emotional and Spiritual.


Serenity Trauma Foundation’s Founder & Executive Director, Dr. Joanne Mednick

discusses how to move from living as a survivor to a thriver, on RadioMD.

Original Air Date: 3/11/2016

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“Trauma: How to Heal Completely”

Summary: Healing after a trauma is an incredibly complex process.Healing after a trauma is an incredibly complex process. You need to give yourself time to process and understand what has happened, but you can sometimes struggle to remove the “victim” stigma that both follows you and affects how people treat you. Dr. Joanne Mednick is the Executive Director of the Serenity Trauma Healing Center and Serenity Trauma Foundation in California. Dr. Mednick strives to bring her clients completion in the trauma/addiction/illness cycle and to move them from the pull of the trauma vortex of pain and chaos towards easily and consciously choosing the calm and relaxed healing vortex. She discusses how to move from living as a survivor to a thriver and how you can come to view your issues as blessings in disguise.