Supermodel Carré Otis Speaks About Trauma, Domestic Violence And Overcoming An Eating Disorder

December 1st 'Your Life After Trauma' will have Carré Otis talking about her new book & overcoming the effects of family drama, sexual assualt, domestic violence and an eating disorder. The show airs Thursdays from 7-8pm EST on Seaview Radio.
By: Michele Rosenthal - yourlifeaftertrauma.com
 
 
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Nov. 25, 2011 - PRLog -- Supermodel, actress and author, Carre Otis, is speaking out about overcoming the effects of family drama, sexual assualt, domestic violence and an eating disorder. Her new book, BEAUTY, DISRUPTED, chronicles her evolution from frightened teen to serene adult. She joins us on Your Life After Trauma on Thursday, December 1st at 7pm EST, on Seaview Radio (95.9AM/106.9FM/960AM) and streams online at http://www.yourlifeaftertrauma.com. Call in with your questions: 877.960.9960.  

"One of the most powerful things I think anyone can do is to share a story of personal growth in a way that others can benefit, learn and imagine their own future actions in similar circumstances. Otis is doing that with her book. I'm looking forward to a conversation that illuminates her path and what she feels would help others along the way," says Michele Rosenthal, host of Your Life After Trauma.

‘Your Life After Trauma’ brings weekly support and information to trauma survivors, plus their caregivers and healing professionals on Thursday nights from 7-8pm EST, on Seaview Radio (95.9AM/106.9FM/960AM) in southeast Florida (and streaming live online) (http://www.yourlifeaftertrauma.com). Your Life After Trauma provides resources, inspiration, hope and specific actions to help anyone learn to formulate a recovery plan, access healing potential and apply personal strengths to post-trauma recovery.

Featuring expert and survivor guests focused on topics related to the experience of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and post-trauma life, ‘Your Life After Trauma’ future topics include:

·         December 1st  -- ‘Overcoming Domestic Violence with Carre Otis’
·         December 8th -- ‘Preparing for the New Year’
·         December 15th -- ‘PTSD Healing Success’
·         December 22nd -- ‘How to Handle Family Dynamics’
 
Each show features a professional and personal perspective, plus spontaneous call-ins so that listeners can ask their questions, talk to an expert, and receive personal recommendations around specific issues.

For more information about ‘Your Life After Trauma’, visit:
http://www.yourlifeaftertrauma.com

For more information about The National Trauma and Addictive Disorders Conference visit:
http://www.usjt.com/delraybeach2011/index.aspx

This week’s guest will be:

Carré Otis has long been one of the most recognizable faces in modeling, headlining in campaigns for Guess, Donna Karan, Calvin Klein, and Revlon. As a supermodel, Carré has appeared on the covers of Vogue, Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan, and has worked with many of the world’s greatest fashion photographers, including Richard Avedon, Herb Ritts, Helmut Newton, Peter Lindbergh, Patrick Demarchelier, David Bailey, and Guy Bourdin. While married to actor Mickey Rourke, Carré took an extended hiatus from modeling. When she returned, she also became an advocate for young women in and out of the industry. Carré has appeared on nationally televised programs, offering her unique insight into the business of beauty and the high price it demands. Carré lives in Colorado with her husband and two daughters. Online: http://www.beautydisrupted.com/

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is a wholly treatable condition that results from a life-threatening experience in which the trauma survivor felt helpless. PTSD symptoms include insomnia, nightmares, flashbacks, emotional numbing, hyperarousal and hypervigilance.
 
For more information: www.yourlifeaftertrauma.com   Contact:  Michele@yourlifeaftertrauma.com, 561.531.1405.

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