The Healing Project Interviews

with Dianna Bonny

Candid conversations with visionary thinkers offering new perspectives on how we unravel
the excruciating losses in life, particularly a suicide, and heal our emotional wounds.

We all have stories of loss and our pain can become a way to step into a deeper,
more meaningful life or it can become a prison, tethering us to the pain of the past.

Join me in a curious exploration into the possibility of healing.

Forgiveness And Suicide Loss With Ana Holub

This edition of The Healing Project Interviews proves that I am an incredibly lucky human being. Author, peace ambassador and educator Ana Holub recently contacted me to discuss forgiveness as it relates to suicide loss. Our interview could have gone on indefinitely, but during our 68 minutes together, we discussed the idea that the conversation surrounding suicide loss is thankfully (and finally) happening, and that more »

Embracing Ourselves After Trauma With Dr. Megan McElheran

In this 46 minute interview with Dr. Megan McElheran of WGM Psychology in Calgary, who is a clinically trained psychologist specializing in the treatment of trauma and PTSD, we discuss the idea of embracing ourselves with compassion both before and after tragedy. No human is immune to trauma in the global community, although we all like to think otherwise. Nowadays, loss more »

EFT & Healing In The Aftermath Of Suicide Loss

In this 56 minute interview with Marti Murphy, a Certified Master Abundance Coach and EFT Practitioner, as well as the host of the EFT Radio Show, “Leave the Job You Hate For the Work You Love,” we discuss the ways one can use the Emotional Freedom Technique (also called Tapping) to manage the powerful emotions that accompany suicide. Marti candidly shares the more »

Using The Power Of The Breath To Reconnect With Karen Winter

In this 63 minute interview with author, EFT master and Breath Work practitioner, Karen Winter, we discuss using the power of the breath to reconnect with the light and love that lives within us, especially after traumatic loss. Breathing is largely overlooked as a tool for healing, but it is an important element to explore when we are navigating any kind more »

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