A Still Standing Podcast Interview with guest, Majet Reyes, Trauma Counselor, Resiliency Mentor, and Owner of Resilient Mind Works and DivaGirl, which empowers and educates women with FUN classes, parties, conferences, and volunteer trips abroad. 


Majet helps people find fulfillment through counseling, coaching, and community, and offers her story and tools to help us accept how resilient we are.  After 10 years of running away from her past and fears of experienced trauma from a physical assault at work, Majet began processing her trauma and started asking for help.  Through her own personal healing, she has established a career in helping others through trauma-focused therapy, including "seeking help for helpers" such as healthcare professionals and first responders.  Hear how she finally found fulfillment and happiness by seeking professional help and community support, and why this is so special for living our fullest lives.


*TW: Talk will include mention of assault, suicide attempt, and mental health issues including post-traumatic stress, anxiety and depression.


In this episode, you'll hear from Majet on...

-Processing Trauma to Get Back to Your Most Resilient Self

-Reaching Fulfillment & Happiness During Darker Times

-Negative Effects of Avoidance & Healthy Alternatives to Coping With Your Pain

-What Are Triggers?  

-Understanding Our Story to Begin to Let Go of Our Triggering Emotions

...and so much more.


*Visit Resiliency Mind Works to learn more about private counseling, and be sure to check out and join for Majet's DivaGirl community organization for empowering and educational happenings!


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If you are in crisis or experiencing thoughts of suicide, PLEASE call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or Crisis Text Line at 741741 with "MHA"

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