The T.R.A.U.M.A Center, Inc.
is a 501 c3 pending non-profit organization headquartered in Atlanta, GA.
Dr. Arleen A. Fuller and Dr. Lingeela L. Johnson founded this center with the purpose of promoting global healing from trauma through education, community outreach, and social media platforms. The center’s acronym, T.R.A.U.M.A, stands for Tragedy, Rejection, and Anger causes/leads to Unforgiveness, Mental Illness, and Abuse. Our primary objective is to be available 24/7 to assist those in need. The T.R.A.U.M.A Center, Inc. was established as evidence of Dr. Arleen A. Fuller’s creation of the Fuller Life System, which combines the Tropical-State-of-Mind with her workbook “30 Days to Reset, Regroup, and Refocus.” This system aims to help people unlearn old habits and relearn new ones in order to reset, a process that typically takes between 21 to 90 days.
What is Trauma?
The term “trauma” refers to an experience that is profoundly distressing or unsettling and has enduring effects on a person’s mental and emotional well-being. Trauma may result from various situations, including neglect, abuse, witnessing violence, or surviving a natural disaster. Regrettably, trauma is a widespread phenomenon that affects many individuals worldwide and can have long-term impacts on their physical, mental, and emotional health.
EDUCATE, EMPOWER, AND ENCOURAGE
Our vision is to Re-Establish, Re-Align and Re-Affirm the family educating on the effects of Tragedy, Rejection, Anger, Unforgiveness, Mental Illness, and Abuse (T.R.A.U.M.A.), because of Adverse Childhood Experience (A.C.E.), Pandemic Stress, and Racism.
The Consequences of Traumatic Experiences.
The adverse effects of trauma on an individual’s health are numerous, including anxiety, depression, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), chronic pain, sleep disorders, relationship difficulties, and substance abuse. Trauma survivors often feel powerless and trapped in a dark place with no hope of escape. Nevertheless, it is essential to recognize that trauma is a treatable condition, and recovery is achievable. This principle involves the cooperation and collaboration of mental health experts, businesses, and the community pooling their resources to create meaningful and long-lasting relationships. We firmly believe that “Strong Families Equal Strong Communities” and vice versa since “We Are Stronger Together.” Each of us can contribute something valuable, whether it’s our time, talent, or other gifts, and by combining our resources, we can make a significant impact.
Dr. Arleen Annette Fuller, Ph.D.
Lingeela L. Johnson, Ph.D
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Why Donate with us
By donating to our center, you can help us offer individuals access to specialized therapies, support groups, and other critical resources that can facilitate their journey towards healing and rebuilding their lives. Moreover, your generosity will aid us in conducting crucial research that can deepen our understanding and treatment of trauma-related conditions.
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Research shows that by age 5, our brains are developed at 90%. What we have learned or experienced in our childhood throughout the brain is processed differently. If a child
has a lot of love and is reared in a stable, two parent home without any form of violence, the brain develops differently than a child who witnessed domestic violence,
experienced the death of a parent, and one who grew up in poverty. Consequently, I have noticed the family has gotten away from God. Frankly, as God began to bless us and granted us with more freedom and material things, we moved away and distanced ourselves from God. Two years ago, God gave me a vision not only of the United States, but the world needing to be Reset due to misalignment. For example, when your car is
out-of-alignment, it will begin to violently shake. The more your car is out of alignment, the more the wheel feels uncontrollable and in danger of falling off.