Local Psychologist Offers Grief and Trauma Therapy
Gary R. Beaver, M.A., a licensed psychologist based who provides Induced After-Death Communication (IADC) grief and trauma therapy, has been appointed by Dr. Allan Botkin, the discoverer of IADC, to serve on the six-member International IADC Board. Beaver, based in Eagan, has also completed additional training with Botkin and is now a certified IADC trainer, one of five in the world.
“This unique, cutting-edge therapy can very quickly and effectively resolve grief and trauma resulting from the death of loved ones,” Beaver says. “With this therapy most people will have an experience which they nearly always interpret as being an authentic encounter with the deceased loved one and which is incredibly healing. Very few people know about IADC and they are fascinated when they learn of it.” Many people find that IADC can resolve even long-term grief and trauma in one or two sessions, he adds.
Beaver offers popular presentation every other month at the Aslan Institute, in Eagan, and has been interviewed on Edge Talk Radio and for The Edge.