Video Broadcast of an excerpt of Let the Phoenix Rise!which received an Award of Merit in the liberation/social justice /protest category from the Best Shorts Competition in 2014
Remembrances of My Lost Mother is an Animated Film Short created by Glenn Holsten of OC87 Recovery Diaries and animators Paul & Sandra Fierlinger. Here is the full interview at OC87 Recovery Diaries.
Included in this one hour OC87 Recovery Diaries Special, aired on the PBS station WHYY, is the animated film Short Remembrances of My Lost Mother.
Rev. Sheri Heller, LCSW is a media resource for Journalists and Bloggers. Listed are magazine citations referencing her input.
Common Things you Say + Do that You Probably Don't Realize Harm Others / Carina Wolff
Common Mind Games Sociopaths Play in Everyday Life to Watch Out For / Carolyn Steber
If You Have these 11 Thoughts During the First Year of Your Relationship, It's Not Meant to Be / Carolyn Steber
What to Do if Your friend is In an Emotionally Abusive Relationship / Kristine Fellizar
How to get More in Touch with Your Feelings / Suzannah Weiss
Thoughts that mean you are Repressing Childhood Memories / Kristine Fellizar
Ways Pathological Narcissists Undermine your Success / Shahida Arabi
Signs You're the Victim of Narcissistic Abuse / Shahida Arabi
Toxic Relationships Most People think are Healthy / Lillian McTernan
People to Avoid for a Healthier Relationship / Lillian McTernan
Things Women Say that make Men Feel Insecure / Daniela Uslan
Things Men say that make Women Feel Insecure / Daniela Uslan
Things Women say that Make Women Insecure / Daniela Uslan
"You can sense the work invested in this book....the vast experience of the author with dealing with patients that have childhood traumas, and also her own traumatic childhood made her create a beautiful therapeutic outlet.... If you want to challenge your psyche and find more about yourself than this book is for you. Highly recommend it. " ~ Michaelides Andreas / Thirsty4Health
What makes A Clinician’s Journey an enjoyable read is the manner in which the writer touches issues that lie beyond the limits of her domain and yet have a bearing on our mental well-being. Rev. Heller judiciously uses the subjective and the objective by blending the clinician’s point of view with intensely personal experiences that do not appear out-of-place at all. In fact, those personal elements bring a delightfully sincere touch to what could have otherwise been a dry academic discourse on psychotherapy.
A Clinician's Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving: Reflections on Abuse, C-PTSD and Reclamation is an anthology of articles by Rev. Sheri Heller, LCSW. Written for survivors and clinicians this collection was inspired by Rev. Heller's unrelenting struggle with recovering from complex ptsd rooted in systemic and generational child abuse, and her commitment to devoting her life to helping others similarly afflicted. Spanning the trajectory from abuse, complex trauma, addictions, the relational quest, recovery and treatment, and ultimately thriving creatively and spiritually, this assortment of writings offers a comprehensive assessment of the healing process and the triumph of reclamation.
An important thing to know when entering LCSW, Rev. Sheri Heller’s comprehensive and analytically deep book, A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving, is that this is not a self-help book; it does not prescribe a process for healing complex trauma, except to emphasize the necessity for professional, skillful, and compassionate clinical therapy. With that understood, this truly insightful and informative book – a collection of individual articles addressing specific forms of complex trauma and its consequences – does much more than just describe the often-debilitating symptoms presenting from a wide variety of personal and social traumas"