Relationships are exceptionally tough for singles during this pandemic. With breakups and divorces at an all time high, not to mention a loneliness epidemic, singles are likely feeling a lot more pressure to find their perfect match and be in a relationship.
So, how can audiences manifest their perfect relationship? Plus, what are some ways singles can cope with the added pressures these crazy days bring?
Available to break it all down is Audrey Hope.
Hope specializes in love, relationships, trauma, and spirituality. She’s a Trauma Counselor at Seasons in Malibu, a premier addiction and mental health treatment center. She uses her clairvoyant and psychic abilities to help clients get to the root of their issues and manifest their perfect relationships.
- 2020/2021 exceptionally tough for singles, following the mental health crisis brought on by the pandemic
- Breakups and divorce are on the rise (ADD STAT), meaning more people are likely to be single this year
- How to cope with the trauma of losing a relationship
- How to manifest our perfect match
- Signs you’re in a healthy relationship
Please see below for links to previous press, as well as a full bio for additional background. Should you find interest in speaking with Audrey Hope, please let me know, and I’d be happy to facilitate.
Audrey Hope, Certified Addiction and Trauma Therapist, Relationship Expert, Spiritual Expert
Audrey Hope is an award-winning certified addiction and trauma therapist. She holds a Master of Divinity and Meta-Physics and a Resident Addiction Specialist (RAS) certification. Audrey uses her abilities as a clairvoyant psychic medium to heal patients from trauma from abusive relationships, domestic violence, and more.
She is a multi-talented force in the healing arts for over 20 years. Audrey Hope uses her revolutionary healing techniques to get to the “root of the root” of various problems with addiction, trauma and relationships. Her spiritual modalities guide patients to a new frontier in healing to achieve inner peace. Audrey believes that one must go beyond the rational mind and the traditional boundaries of therapy to inspire real transformation.
Audrey uses her expertise to help all individuals – singles, couples, and parents who may be dealing with marital problems to heal and manifest successful relationships. To Audrey, relationships are a science, she believes that once one heals what is needed, they can pave the way for success in life and love. Audrey provides tools and practical solutions to extinguish negative patterns and beliefs so everyone can accomplish their search for happiness.
More about Audrey
Audrey currently works at renowned rehabilitation treatment center Seasons in Malibu. And holds her own practice in the heart of Brentwood, CA. She is the host of her weekly award winning, YouTube advice show “Hope For Relationships.” After seeing firsthand the suffering that women experienced around their bodies and place in society, Audrey created, produced and hosted the international show titled “Real Women” that won her three Telly Awards, a Women of Wealth Award and a Governor Award. Additionally, you may recognize Audrey from the internationally acclaimed reality show Rehab (Endemol), which brought eight celebrities from the UK, including glamour model Alicia Doubal, Bay City Roller Les McKeown, and more, to the United States for addiction and trauma treatment.
Throughout two decades in her field, Audrey has worked with many celebrities, producers, CEOs, doctors, lawyers, authors, athletes, heirs, and more – helping them cope with their relationship and/or addiction problems. Audrey aims to heal all problems, whether they be surrounding one’s relationship, addiction, or trauma, from the deep level of the soul.
Featured for both her expertise in love and relationships, as well as her knowledge in trauma healing, Audrey has been seen in top tier media like CBS, E! News, Fox News, MSN, IHeartRadio, Reader’s Digest, Medical Daily, Glamour, Bustle, Livestrong, Redbook, Elite Daily, Popsugar, Shape Magazine and much more.
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