Ask Me Where it Hurts

- a Trauma Informed Care Program

Ask Me Where it Hurts is a multi level healing modality that utilizes Clinician Guides and Learning Videos as they relate to Trauma Informed Care to alleviate the fear and pain caused by Adverse Childhood Experiences.

Antonio Martin combines the groundbreaking research in Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) with new forms and concepts based in the social services sector to create a unique learning tool program for use by both clinicians, as well as, the general public.

Solutions to releasing emotional pain begins with addressing the different ways people learn (reading, listening, viewing).  Martin provides clinicians a comprehensive Trauma Intensive Care toolkit filled with his Better Left Unsaid book series and learning videos.

The Ask Me Where it Hurts program is a complete turnkey system that provides printed material, still images, and videos to maximize the release of negative emotions carried over from childhood that affect people from living a full, complete, and happy life.

Testimony forthcoming

Dr. Joe Colletti, Ph.D.

Director, Homelessness Solutions Lab - Fuller Theological Seminary

Founder and Chief Executive Officer - Institute for Urban Initiatives 

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer - Episcopal Housing Alliance and Economic Development

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Better Left Unsaid Toolkit

Clinician's Guidebooks

Created for the maverick clinician who desires to expand and enhance their current medical practices by integrating new and alternative healing methods into their science, the Better Left Unsaid book series is a compilation of instructional learning guides combining written and visual aids to be integrated into one-on-one sessions and groups.

Volume 1:  Better Left Unsaid - An Exploration of Sociopathy (2016)

Volume 2:  Better Left Unsaid - An Exploration of Psychosocial Pathology (2017)

Volume 3:  Better Left Unsaid - An Exploration of Narcissism (2018)

Volume 4:  Better Left Unsaid - An Exploration of Cultural Sensitivity on Racism (2020)

This hybrid instructional learning guide combines written and visual aids to be integrated into one-on-one sessions as well as  for groups.

Clinician's Learning Videos

Utilizing the power of motion visuals and audio, the Better Left Unsaid learning videos will assist professionals as well as the layman in furthering the release of inner pain caused by the trauma of Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs).

Available to both professionals and the general public, these videos are to be used as tools to further explore and uncover childhood messages, beliefs, abuses and traumas.

Utilizing the power of motion visuals and audio, these learning guides will assist professionals as well as the layman in furthering the release of inner pain caused by the trauma of ACEs.