Trauma, including one-time, multiple, or long-lasting repetitive events, affects everyone differently. Some individuals may display criteria associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but others might exhibit resilient responses or brief subclinical symptoms that fall outside the clinical sphere of diagnostic criteria. The impact of trauma can be subtle, insidious, or outright destructive.
Justin Janoska, a clinician with a Master’s degree in Human Nutrition and specialization in autoimmune disease and trauma, has committed himself to helping revolutionize the way laymen address this delicate subject like how humans heal from autoimmune disease and trauma. The ace clinician believes he has been ordained by the forces to show the world what is possible when we look into different ways of addressing trauma instead of treating it as something that ought to be looked down upon.
A summa cum laude graduate from The University of Bridgeport, Justin completed post-graduate studies in mind-body medicine and trauma and continues studying it.
He has proved to be a blessing for women suffering from complex trauma and PTSD who have been unable to receive help from modern psychiatry and psychotherapy. Not only has he helped women with PTSD, dissociation and complex trauma find a sense of aliveness again and reclaim their true selves but has also helped four victims of PCOS and infertility become pregnant when fertility treatments had completely failed.
For Janoska, sky’s the limit. He has plans of going back to school this year for his doctorate in health sciences with a concentration in trauma counseling since he is incredibly passionate about helping women with trauma.
During his professional career, Justin found autoimmunity and PCOS with trauma to be a common pairing and hence he has vowed to bring more awareness to the mind-body connection with these diseases. He truly believes that most illnesses have the repetitive, compulsive patterns that eventually coalesce as a disease – unresolved pockets of pain, emotions, and experiences in the mind, body, and heart that keep repeating in consciousness. That’s why he is striving with all his might to help people get away from searching for the quick fix and to see that the long-term results they seek are found within.
Moreover, the clinician’s target market is largely women between 25-45 who juggle personal and professional commitments. He constantly propagates to them that the more we detach our emotional and spiritual health from our physical body – whether it’s with cancer, autoimmune disease, or weight loss – the wider the gap between our current self and desired self becomes. Changing viewpoints about traumas, he persuades his clients about the urgent need to place their awareness on the trauma that preceded, instead of the quick-fix diet and supplement protocols their Naturopath and functional medicine practitioner gave them.
In his own words, one of the reasons why he cares so much about helping women with trauma and autoimmunity is because they are inextricably intertwined. If women learned how to heal their trauma, they wouldn’t be at such a risk for autoimmunity. If they learned how to manage stress/trauma, they wouldn’t put their child at risk for neurodevelopmental disorders.
Justin’s incessant objective is to help women across multiple domains of health, but for them to especially see how it’s all one tangled knot. It’s not a “fix my trauma first” or “fix my Hashimoto’s first” and then move on to the next problem. That reductionist model does not work. He is always working with clients from the perspective that it’s all tied together and while a diagnosis is helpful and needed in some instances, it’s also not required to do something about your health. You are in charge and if you wait around, you’ll be sicker.
As an informed, non-judgmental, and keen action-taker clinician, Justin vows not to leave you behind in your fight with your trauma. All you need to do is get in touch with him.