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Ready to Get Free From Past Trauma? Take the New Online Course “Healing Childhood PTSD”

Learn practical techniques you can use every day to spot the signs of brain dysregulation from Childhood PTSD, and start healing your life today. The Crappy Childhood Fairy course Healing Childhood PTSD” costs just $100 USD (and Stripe converts this price to your own currency when you begin the purchase process). That’s a fraction of the price of a single therapy appointment, and the course is packed with tools you can keep forever, and use to start feeling better right away.

You’ll get instant access to the full, four-part course, including:

  • More than 3 hours of new videos that cover Childhood PTSD and how it affects adults;
  • Techniques you can use to re-regulate your brain (this makes all the difference)
  • Real, step-by-step guidance on how to start changing the self-defeating behaviors that are holding you back.

You’ve been reading about this information in the blog. Now in this course, I teach you exactly how to practice the techniques I used to transform my life and recover from Childhood PTSD. I include details of my own story — how bad it became, and what I did to change — that are only available within the course.

You can get more details and register for the course here.

You can register for the course on the Crappy Childhood Fairy website any time, too.

If you have a question, please connect with me at [email protected] You are the early adopters of this unique course and I’m hoping you’ll share feedback and success stories with me, and help spread the word.

Anna

By | 2018-11-20T14:17:22+00:00 June 14th, 2018|0 Comments

About the Author:

I'm the author of the Crappy Childhood Fairy blog, which offers advice based on my own experience and reading. I live with my husband and kids, and run a small business in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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