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Part 3: Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Dr. Catherine Perry

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Paramus, NJ – A desire to confront the residual trauma of our past is the first step toward healing, but sometimes the source of pain lies so deep we can’t access it.

Dr. Catherine Perry is a spiritual healer, author, psycho-spiritual life coach and an inspirational speaker.  And with Dr. Perry, seeing truly is believing: people from all walks of life have put their faith in Dr. Perry’s unique abilities to heal the residual pain of their traumatic experiences and unlock the doors to happiness.

Years ago while practicing as a traditional professional counselor, Dr. Perry noticed bizarre events had begun to occur: She could see and sense what was happening in her patients’ lives before they told her, acutely sensing their emotions. Soon after, she felt an energy flowing into her body from the back of her head she could release through her heart and hands.

“I was working with people in counseling and noticed they were getting better faster,” recalls Dr. Perry. “A patient with ADD no longer needed medication. Another person with depression no longer needs their medication; a couple who came to me for counseling to ensure a friendly divorce suddenly fell in love with each other all over again. As I acknowledged this pattern, I started to open up more and more to these gifts.”

Dr. Perry’s clients visit her with a wide variety of issues; many of them victims of childhood abuse or other deep-seeded trauma. Dr. Perry will place clients in a state of hypnosis, guiding them to imagine particular scenes, like an angel flowing into their body, collecting all the debris of their pain, while she flows positive energy into their heart to heal their trauma.

“My energy is focused like a laser to identify, access, and remove their pain so they can truly heal,” says Dr. Perry.