What does it take to transcend the impact of trauma and achieve happiness, meaning, and purpose?
At an early age, Dr. Paul Foxman became a victim of childhood sexual abuse, poverty, multiple life-threatening medical crises, a hostile divorce, and exposure to violence. Now an accomplished psychologist, Dr. Foxman shares key lessons from the process of overcoming traumas to create a life filled with love, fulfillment, and security. He validates the possibility of a fulfilling life that goes well beyond survival to true recovery: to regain the ability to trust, to love and be loved, to feel empowered and safe, and to discover one’s purpose.
In Traumas and Triumphs, Dr. Foxman recounts his inspiring personal journey to recovery while supplying insights into resources to aid in managing anxiety and healing from trauma.
About the Author:
As a psychologist, Dr. Paul Foxman is Founder and Director of the Vermont Center for Anxiety Care in Burlington, Vermont, where trains and supervises the next generation of therapists. Dr. Foxman is the author of Dancing with Fear (2007), The Worried Child (2004), The Clinician’s Guide to Anxiety Disorders in Kids and Teens (2017) and other publications on the topic of anxiety including a co-authored casebook, Conquering Panic and Anxiety Disorders (2003).
As a frequent, international presenter as well as expert on radio and television shows, Dr. Foxman has taught over 500 workshops, trainings and keynote presentations on the topic of anxiety. He is known for his knowledge and clarity of thought, sense of humor, and engaging speaking style.