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Dr. Kathleen carterMartinez

Author of: Where Do We Come From, Where Do We Go? & Permission Granted, books for healing, learning, and understanding the human condition.

Dr. Kathleen carterMartinez, D.A.A.E.T.S., CRT, CSA has a passion for Compassionate Recovery from Trauma, is a  writer, poet, and clinical psychotherapist. Dr. Kc received her Doctorate in Healthcare from Nova Southeastern University, her Master’s in Clinical Psychology from Fairleigh Dickinson University and her Bachelor’s in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College of Criminal Justice.


At CheyWind Center for Trauma and Healing, Dr. Kathleen carterMartinez, advocates for a holistic mindful approach to trauma and healing. Through her work at CheyWind Center, Dr. Kc provides hope and comfort for all who live in the aftermath of trauma that arises from the heartbreaking loss of our loved ones. 

Dr. Kc focuses on Compassionate Life Recovery from personal trauma and losses through teaching and her books.

Where Do We Come From, Where Do We Go?

Narrated by Author, Dr. Kathleen carterMartinez
CheyWind Center: Where Do We Come From
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Compassionate Life Recovery

Dr. Kc is dedicated to helping those who have experienced personal traumatic events regain balance in their lives through a mindful approach to lifelong recovery.

Transformational Speaker

Dr. Kc’s talks and teachings are designed to inspire others who work within the field of trauma to understand what it means to live in the aftermath of personal trauma.

Workshop Facilitator

Dr. Kc’s workshops are designed to meet the unique needs of healthcare, emergency room, counselors, and law enforcement providers who are looking for a more compassionate way to help those who have experienced personal traumatic events.


"Where Do We Come From, Where Do We Go is a wonderful book. It provides calming and healing words needed after the loss of a loved one. The words are poetic and the pictures are just beautiful. I would recommend this book to anyone after the loss of a loved one, especially someone gone too soon."

Stephanie Veasey

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