Linda Turner is a compassionate and dedicated trauma therapist with a deep commitment to helping individuals overcome the lasting effects of trauma and Parental Alienation. With 5 years of experience in the mental health field, and over 20 years experience with Parental Alienation Linda provides a safe and supportive space for clients to heal, grow, and reclaim their lives. Lindas therapeutic approach combines evidence-based interventions with a genuine and empathetic presence to empower individuals on their healing journey.

Education and Credentials:

Lina Turner studied to be a therapist whilst living in France and qualified in

  • Counseling Skills Diploma completed with 100% Distinction.
  • NLP Practitioner Course completed with 95% Distinction
  • Advanced CBT Diploma
  • Hypnosis Masters Diploma
  • Life Coaching Diploma
  • Emotional Intelligence Diploma

And  specializies in trauma-focused therapy.  Throughout her educational and own personal  journey, she gained a comprehensive understanding of trauma’s complex impacts and acquired the necessary skills to facilitate healing and resilience in clients.

Professional Experience:

Linda Turner has gained valuable experience in diverse settings, including community mental health support, trauma-focused organizations NAAP – National Association of Alienated Parents

and is a member or the PASG – Parental Alienation Study Group.She has worked with a broad range of clients helping them navigate through various types of trauma, such as interpersonal violence, childhood abuse, accidents, and natural disasters and COVID

Areas of Expertise:

As a trauma therapist,Linda specializes in the following areas:

  1. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): she is proficient in assessing and treating individuals struggling with PTSD, utilizing evidence-based interventions to alleviate symptoms and promote recovery.
  2. Complex Trauma and Childhood Abuse: Linda has extensive experience working with individuals who have experienced long-term or repeated trauma, including childhood abuse, neglect, and attachment-related issues.
  3. Relationship Trauma: She provides support to individuals and couples who have experienced trauma within their relationships, helping them rebuild trust, establish healthy boundaries, and foster connection.
  4. Cultural Sensitivity: Linda is deeply committed to providing trauma therapy that is sensitive to diverse cultural backgrounds and identities. She recognizes the importance of understanding the unique intersections of culture, identity, and trauma to ensure clients receive culturally competent care.

Approach to Therapy:

Lindas therapeutic approach is grounded in trauma-informed care, empathy, and collaboration. She creates a safe and non-judgmental space where clients feel heard, validated, and empowered to share their experiences. Linda integrates various evidence-based modalities, such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and mindfulness techniques, tailoring the treatment to meet each client’s specific needs and goals.

Contributions to the Field:

In addition to her clinical work, Linda actively engages in ongoing professional development, staying up-to-date with the latest research and advancements in trauma therapy. She is passionate about advocacy, community education, and reducing the stigma surrounding mental health and trauma. Linda has conducted workshops, given presentations, sharing her expertise and contributing to the field’s growth.

With her empathetic nature, clinical expertise, and commitment to empowering individuals, Linda continues to make a significant impact on the lives of trauma survivors. She guides clients towards healing, resilience, and the ability to create a meaningful and fulfilling life beyond trauma.

Linda – Always By Your Side

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Our current society expects parents to be perfect & kids unaccountable. Blame is more important than compassion, peace, or self-reflection. Not only that, but the parent who was abused gets judged, while the most unhealthy parent gets worshipped in Parental Alienation because of enmeshment.

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Everyone is on a unique journey but each eventually needs to find “peace of mind” with their circumstances. In the end, life is often unfair, however, the real test is whether you can “let go” and avoid the inevitable conflict that ensues where you can’t (which is what the alienator wants)

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Sounds wonderful. Just wondering what happened to your children through the years? You mention them in only one section.


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