Norm Quantz is a counselor, relationship expert, and trauma specialist. He has listened to thousands of people tell their stories of struggles and successes.
Norm is the author of two books, Power & Control and Trauma No More. He graduated with a Master of Arts in Counselling and is semi-retired from his private practice, but carries on part-time as an onsite trauma specialist.
Norm Quantz is a member of the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. He has two daughters and four grandchildren and relaxes around family and friends in table games, travel, and golfing.
Traumatic events happen when they are least expected. Trauma No More is your recovery guide to make the best of these bad situations. The fast-track or full-track options can expedite your emotional healing toward wholeness, whether you are recovering by yourself or with others. Do you want to recover from a trauma? This six-step easy-to-follow recovery guide is written for you.Norm Quantz, author of Trauma No More: A Six-Step Recovery Guide
Norm Quantz & I discuss:
- How much you understand yourself helps you understand others.
- It’s why you things.
- It’s not how you hear things, it’s what you hear in things that matters.
- The power and control aspect is the most important thing in a relationship.
- Power is the potential that you have; control is the use of that power in your actions.
- Our early traumas set in place how we will relate.
- Trauma is the distance between what you expected to happen and what actually happened.
Norm Quantz encourages homeschool parents:
- Know what impact your power & control dynamics have on your relationships so you are able to better understand how other people are impacting you. They often respond to what they sense from you.
- Understand your reaction to trauma and what story you created around that reaction.
- We can use the six-steps of Trauma No More to engage our children so they feel heard and to understand how their trauma feelings affect them.
You can find Norm & his resources here:
Big Emotions Journal for the Homeschool Mom
Journal questions that aid in your self-exploration, to get curious about what your triggers, know how to address them, and learn how to align your thought patterns, so you can show up on purpose in your homeschool.
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