“To heal is perhaps our greatest life’s work.”

Trauma recovery author and patient-turned-therapist Natalia Rachel is on a worldwide mission to help people dissolve shame and ignite a shift towards self-compassion and recovery from trauma.

In today’s episode, you’ll learn how to choose healing so you enable the self-transformation you deserve.


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Guest: Natalia Rachel

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Natalia Rachel shares her voice to begin to remedy the world’s state of hustle, trauma, bias, disconnect, and disrespect. Her insights into the human condition and our profound need for healing, self-compassion, empathy, and human connection, inspire audiences to awaken their hearts, illuminate their patterns and step forward towards self-care and relational repair. She is a proud recipient of the Women Icons Asia Award (emerging entrepreneur) for social impact in the domain of trauma-informed culture transformation & self-mastery education. Natalia’s highly anticipated book Why Am I Like This launched this year with Penguin Random House.

Natalia brings an amalgamation of knowledge from years working as a therapist and clinic director with a focus on trauma & abuse recovery, as well as her own personal journey recovering from mental health misdiagnosis and physical health conditions that stemmed from childhood trauma. She currently has a focus on social impact and culture transformation via keynote speaking, consulting, and teaching her flagship leadership program ‘Trauma-informed Human’ around the world. Her goal is to bring trauma work to the mainstream and bridge the gap between mental health, diversity equity, inclusion, and human sustainability.

Visit her website here.

Order Why Am I Like This? here.


Host: Kristine Carlson

Kristine Carlson

Kristine Carlson, New York Times Bestselling author and world-renowned speaker, is passionate about spreading her message of waking up to life with joy and gratitude amidst the ups and downs of their earthly existence.



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