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Life Changing Insights with Dr. Alan Simberg with his guest Triffany Hammond & Susan Goudy

One of the things Triffany Hammond remembers most about my brush with death wasn’t even the close call itself; what stuck with me was everything that came afterward.  One Saturday morning in 2006 I was rushed to the hospital with a searing pain in my head and neck at the slightest touch, sound or light.  Up until that morning I’d been in the best health of my life.  We were an active family, choosing picnics at the park playing baseball and Frisbee over languorous dinners on the deck.  I loved my workout routines and we lived close to some of the most amazing walks/hikes in our area and took advantage of them regularly.  Then, without warning I couldn’t get out of bed.  “I’ll be fine,” I said, but I couldn’t lift my head.  “Probably just a sinus infection,” I explained, but when I tried to open my eyes it felt like my brain was going to explode.  I was married at the time and my husband wasn’t buying it.

Susan Goudy was sexually abused by a sixteen-year-old neighbor two months before her third birthday. Although she unconsciously buried this horrific experience deep within herself, it continued to influence her decisions, happiness, relationships, health, and more for many years before she awakened into life. Susan went on to earn a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in social work at Arizona State University and has a strong background in psychology, counseling, and social work, as well as certifications in neuro-physical reprogramming, bio-energetic synchronization technique, and psychological kinesiology (Psych-K). Driven by her past experiences and the lessons she has learned, Susan works to heal physical as well as deep-rooted emotional issues.

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