Muhammad (Moe) Kathrada is based in Malaysia and is an adolescent and family trauma therapist and also works in the field of addiction. He is passionate about supporting the young people he works with to have opportunities for connection, stability and recovery - and developing the capacity for more intentional living through connection.
Moe defines complex trauma as “anything that disconnects somebody from themselves and the greatness of just being them.” We hear about his personal journey of healing, as well as stories of people he has worked with who have experienced growth after complex trauma.
Moe shares about his exploration into the field of trauma, how he came across NARM, and how he’s integrating the NARM model into his work since taking the NARM Online Basis Training. Specific to his work with young people, Moe has found that inviting his clients to connect to what they want for themselves has been transformative in his work. He shares, “That connection to their heart, because there’s so much disconnection… that connection to really being attuned to what they want is different.”
More about Moe: Moe is an adolescent and family psychotherapist and certified addiction therapist at The Wave Clinic which is an international residential treatment center for young adults. Moe has a special interest in addiction and complex trauma. He began his training in residential treatment programs and his love for traveling allowed him to gain experience across several continents. Today, Moe is a Trauma-Focused Clinician and currently continues his professional development at Derby University UK.
Learn More: www.thewaveclinic.com
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