1130. A Day in the Life: What's It Really Like to Be a Trauma Psychologist?
Ernie L. Vecchio
“I walked into the classroom and learned that someone had just published a book on creative counseling techniques. He was using three dimensional models to teach theory. Later, I brought in a bag of three dimensional tools that I had created over the previous 15 years of my work with clients. The instructor was blown away and told me I needed to come and teach my approach to others, which I did. Really, all I did was–when some approach was not working–I figured out another approach that did work to access what individuals were experiencing. I have taught this model to people with low IQ’s, to blind people, to deaf people, to people with every imaginable mind and body trauma–the concept is that teachable. I stumbled upon it because I was driven to solve this proverbial puzzle.”
Ernie L. Vecchio is a mentor, spiritual teacher, and trauma psychologist. During his 30+ years career, he has treated over 10,000+ patients who suffered severe trauma that ranged from amputation, head injury, sexual assault, and paralysis. Vecchio is a Licensed Clinical & Rehabilitation Psychologist who has written four books including his latest release, Feelings & Reason: Activating Your Heart as Compass Despite the Ego’s Interference, an international best-seller in four self-help categories.
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