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Victim to Victor - Leading Others Beyond Their Pain

Judith Richards is someone you need to know about. She’s a person of extraordinary strength and courage, with a history that beggars belief… a life remarkable and profound in its content and experience. Judith has an intimate understanding of trauma.  She knows it inside out, back-the-front and sideways.

So what happened to her? In this episode Judith talks about her journey through extreme, hellish trauma. She never gave up. With great courage and determination she persisted, learning and discovering that there is a way to capture a life worth living. There is a way to the other side of trauma and its myriad symptoms.

She not only survived. She has thrived, and is now helping thousands of others do the same through The Richards Trauma Process.

Listeners, you need to listen to this episode. In hearing the information Judith shares, you may well be in a position to save lives.

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