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TDAT conference with Theo Fleury and Kim Barthel
Submitted By Martin Steele on Monday, December 11, 2017
Witness world-renowned therapist Kim Barthel discuss her research and therapeutic knowledge as she explores Theo Fleury’s childhood and personal life that is riveting and sad at the same time.

The two of them together on stage share a raw and honest conversation that is both magical and quite remarkable.  Please attend this educational event and be captivated in every word, laugh, sigh and emotion that both of them bring to life. Extremely impactful and life-changing. You will develop a better understanding and compassion for substance abuse victims; suicidal thoughts and actions; sexual abuse and the full-circle aspect of victimization and understanding trauma. Through healing conversation you will learn the importance of how to rebuild and heal damaged relationships.

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