Born in a large family of 11, and being number 7, I was often lost in the mass. My parents were too busy to give focused attention to us. Thankfully, our material needs were provided for, but not our emotional needs. I don’t remember my father hugging me, oh how I would have loved that hug! So I learned to keep my emotions to myself. This obviously had its own consequences.
When I grew up, I came to terms with the developmental trauma I suffered as a child. So I resolved to deal with this trauma and help others reach the freedom they are all capable of achieving.
I am an international trauma informed care trainer. Trained in Kenya, UK, and USA, I hold a post doctorate in Trauma Informed Care, a PhD in Psychology and Culture, an MSc in Organizational Leadership and Management, a Higher Diploma in Psychological Counselling, and a BEd in Psycho-pedagogy. I have done therapy work in different countries including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Mozambique, Italy, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, among others.
I have written several articles. My book, Breaking the Cycle: The Role of Auntie Rosie in Trauma Informed Care, is a result of both research and experiences of resilience in different countries.
If you are struggling with relationship issues and would want to end this struggle, this site is the right place for you, because you will connect with other people who have gone through very tragic experiences, yet have come out of these stronger than before, and some of who have become ambassadors to Post-Traumatic Growth.
We share information that will set people free and break the cycle of trauma in order to live fully and take ownership of their life. Through sharing life stories, people will know that they are not alone, and will learn from others. There is always hope irrespective of how terrible life situations are.