Brad Kammer

Brad Kammer, MFT, LPCC, SEP, NMT, is a psychotherapist, college professor, international trainer and community educator, who focuses on personal and social change through healing stress and trauma. His approach is informed by his experiences working internationally, particularly with indigenous cultures dealing with cultural oppression, war and other collective trauma. Brad is a practitioner and trainer in such body-mind therapies as Somatic Experiencing (SE) and NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM). Brad is a professor at Sonoma State University and Mendocino College.  He also presents, teaches and consults with groups and organizations in Northern California and throughout the world.  He lives on a small homestead with his family in the hills of Mendocino County. For a full bio go to: Brad Kammer