Gina Ross, MFCC

Gina Ross

http://www.traumainstitute.org
Gina Ross, MFCC, is Founder/President of the International Trauma-Healing Institute in the US (ITI-US) and its Israeli branch (ITI-Israel). A published author, researcher and a senior international Somatic Experiencing(R) trainer, Gina adds her vast cross-cultural experience of having lived in eight countries on four continents to her expertise on trauma, both at the individual and collective levels, and on conflict resolution. Creator of the program "Free from Conflict," Gina has conducted workshops in Europe, Brazil, Africa, America and the Middle East. She is the author of "Beyond the Trauma Vortex into the Healing Vortex," a series of seven guide books for 10 relevant social sectors that can exacerbate or heal trauma, and has a book in progress on collective trauma and conflict resolution. She specializes in trauma therapy and conducts cross-cultural therapy in seven languages with a clientele from 50 different countries. She is a sought-after trauma expert for radio and television and a frequent invited keynote speaker at international conferences.
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