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Healing from Childhood Sexual Abuse and Addiction: Brennon Patrick Moore, LPC

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Our guest, Brennon P Moore MS, CTT, CADC-II, LPC, and cohost Beck Gee-Cohen join moderator Kristin Sunanta Walker for a deep, intense, and raw look at young men who've been sexually abused and also have addiction issues. His eBook is nearly out: "FINDING A NEW TRIBE: Helping Young Men Heal from Childhood Sexual Abuse and Addiction" which will be available on Amazon and iTunes. He also has 5-day trauma healing retreats in the months to come (for details and registration contact: skimbrough@therefuge-ahealingplace.com

Brennon Moore is a Licensed Professional Counselor with his master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling. His interest in trauma healing began in academia while studying experiential and gestalt approaches to treating trauma at The University of Cork in Ireland, and several months working as a counselor with traumatized children in the Middle East during his graduate studies. Brennon is a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor (CADC-II), a Nationally Certified Trauma Therapist (CTT), a trained EMDR practitioner, a trained DBT and mindfulness practitioner, and he has over 150 hours of training in Peter Levine's Somatic Experiencing.  

Brennon joined The Refuge clinical team in 2011 and currently leads groups, co-facilitates trauma Intensives and trauma therapy trainings, and speaks all over the country. He has written several published articles on treating trauma and addiction, and in the summer of 2016, his first book will be released, focusing on working with young men struggling with childhood sexual trauma and addiction.