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BONUS Episode: “Living Centered and Rightsizing Our Wrongs”

Featuring Carlos Martinez

Today for a special bonus episode, we’re giving you a glimpse of our newest online emotional wellness class: Rightsizing the Wrongs: How to Recognize, Reconcile, and Repair Our Trauma.  

We all experience pain and adversity; there’s no escaping it. During this episode, Onsite Clinician Carlos Martinez speaks to the tendency many of us hold to label our adversity with the word “trauma” and illuminates some of the negative day-to-day experiences that we might have never associated with trauma while offering an underrated but highly effective tool for managing the effects of trauma.  

Meet this episode’s expert

Carlos has worked in the helping profession and human-services field for close to 20 years, working as a pastor, chaplain, crisis screener at a hospital, in community mental health care as a therapist, counselor at a drug and alcohol intensive outpatient program, manager for a mental health intensive outpatient program, and an adjunct professor.

At Onsite, he leads participant workshops on topics like trauma, healthy sexuality and relationships, intimacy, and connecting with the self. He also helps curate the experiential programs for Onsite and leads and recruits their team of therapists from all over the world. Carlos earned his master of divinity (with biblical languages) from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. He earned his master of science in mental health counseling from Walden University and is a licensed professional counselor. He is also an approved clinical supervisor and a level II certified experiential therapist. He has experience working with people in both group and individual settings who have struggled with trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, personality disorders, grief and loss, childhood abuse, incest, and sexual assault. 

Before coming to Onsite, Carlos was an assistant director of counseling at Stockton University and an adjunct professor in the arts and humanities department. He is married to the best person he knows and has been for the last 25 years.

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About this Class:  

Rightsizing the Wrongs: How to Recognize, Reconcile, and Repair our Trauma will help you understand what your body is going through, look at it with new eyes, and put your trauma back in its place.

Rightsizing the Wrongs is a digital emotional health class brought to you by Onsite that will help you understand how the pain of your past might still be affecting you today, and offer you a way forward towards the hope and healing you deserve. This 7-part video series, led by Carlos Martinez, will equip you with the tools and knowledge you need to navigate the complexities of trauma and begin to heal.

This accessible digital class includes over 80+ minutes of clinical expertise and an interactive workbook designed to ground, unpack, and apply the concepts to your everyday life.

This class will equip you with:

  • A more generous view of yourself in light of the hardships you have faced
  • A curiosity to keep discovering how trauma is affecting you today
  • A plan to find help and support
  • Practical exercises to move you from being a victim to a responder

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Rightsizing the Wrongs course introduction and overview