Lynn Mary Karjala, Ph.D., DCEP
P.O. Box 1150
Roswell, Georgia 30077-1150

Dr. Lynn Karjala is a licensed psychologist and life coach in private practice in Roswell, Georgia. In addition to her general practice, she has specialized in the treatment of trauma in all its forms. She also trains other clinicians in the use of conventional and innovative approaches to therapy and has given many presentations on these topics in the U.S., the U.K., and Canada. Before going into clinical practice, she was a university professor, teaching graduate and undergraduate courses on child, adolescent, and life-span development and the psychology of death and dying. Her most recent book is Healing Everyday Traumas: Free Yourself from the Scars of Bullying, Criticism and Rejection. Her other books include Understanding Trauma and Dissociation: A Guide for Therapists, Patients and Loved Ones and Taming Trauma Beasties: Helping Children Confront Trauma and Heal. Scroll down for more information.  

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When you throw a pebble into a pond, you can see the ripples long after the pebble has vanished from sight. It's the same with our experiences. Many seemingly small events in our lives—finding out that your best friend spread rumors about you, being criticized by a teacher in front of the class—are actually forms of everyday trauma. They can cause ripples that are felt far down the stream of time—even when you don't remember what caused the ripples in the first place. These events can have profound effects on your thoughts, feelings and behaviors even many years later. Healing Everyday Traumas will help you to repair the impact of everyday trauma on many areas of your life--such as low self-esteem, procrastination, and self-defeating behavior--and live a more joyous and productive life. 

Understanding Trauma and Dissociation: A Guide for Therapists, Patients and Loved Ones is a groundbreaking guide to unraveling the mysteries of trauma and dissociation and offering real hope for the chance to heal. It provides a comprehensive understanding of the debilitating physical and psychological effects of trauma. Written in clear and accessible language, this book is an invaluable resource for anyone who has experienced the aftereffects of trauma and for therapists who work with them. Dr. Karjala deftly navigates the reader through the complexities of dissociation, explaining the connections between trauma and its effects. She offers a common language for trauma survivors, their loved ones, and psychotherapists to better understand and communicate with each other about their experiences. Her innovative approach employing both conventional and mind-body techniques for trauma treatment makes this book a must-read for anyone interested in helping trauma survivors heal and recover.