Trauma Redefined is an easy-to-digest mini book designed to help you take control of your journey to better mental health.

The book unpacks the role of unresolved trauma as the cause for as much as 90% of the mental health challenges facing today’s busy population; providing practical advice on gaining context for the mental health issue facing you, teaching you how to identify unresolved trauma, and guiding you on your journey to addressing and healing the wounds of the past that are holding you back.

The lessons I share within this book have been honed over 15+ years working to help people manage some of the most challenging mental illnesses. While trauma looks different for everyone, I am certain better mental health can be found by addressing and treating unidentified emotional wounds from the past.

The e-book is available now for just £5.00
All proceeds go to organisations supported by The Brunner Project.


With foreword by singer-songwriter, Gabrielle Aplin.

“For anyone struggling with the knowledge that something just isn't right but who can't put their finger on exactly what is, Trauma Redefined is here to help you uncover that 'what'. This book will help you get to know your own mind, to look back on your life and to help you identify patterns, triggers or just shed light on why things may be the way they are”

What readers are saying about Trauma Redefined...

"Wow. What a read. Truly life-changing. Thank you, Emmy, for writing this masterpiece" - Aoife

"This mini book is priceless. It's eye-opening and I love it. Thank you" - Marreine

"It all will make sense as you read through the book. Everything clicks" - Samantha

"Really worth a read"
- Tuppence Middleton

"Incredibly insightful"
- Jonny Benjamin MBE

"It's an unbelievable book"
- Helen

"I HIGHLY recommend this. My heart feels full. Everyone needs to read it" - Chrissy

"This little book has really pushed me in the right direction and mindset to start my eating disorder recovery" - VJN

"A telling introduction to identifying negative mind patterns and how you can win battles against yourself" - Funke

"It really is brilliant"
- Jodes

"This ebook is a great intro to understanding and working with unresolved trauma" - Emma

"An amazing resource"
- Sarah

I created The Brunner Project to further my mission of redefining mental health treatment.

My core belief is that treatment of mental health should be holistic – taking into account the whole person, the individual – rather than solely addressing symptoms of a singular diagnosis. What’s more, I believe everyone should have access to good mental health treatment.

The Brunner Project was created to provide essential information and financial support to some of the fantastic not-for-profit organisations that are on a mission to redefine mental health treatment by making it more accessible, personal and open for everyone; the way it should be.

Non-profit organisations The Brunner Project currently supports...

Brighton Women’s Centre has been supporting self-identifying women in Sussex for 45 years. They work to improve women’s life chances by reducing inequalities through the creation of safe space and the provision of a wide range of support services. Their mission is to give every woman the freedom, the support and the power to change her life. They support women from all backgrounds, facing all kinds of issues, to live happier lives; such issues include women dealing with bereavement, women who have been through homelessness or the criminal justice system and survivors of abuse or discrimination.

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Beyond is a mental health charity founded by renowned British mental health advocates, Jonny Benjamin MBE and Neil Laybourn. The organisation is dedicated to breaking down walls surrounding young people’s mental health. Their primary objectives are reducing suicides, self-harm and stigma by improving and enhancing mental health support and information for young people, their families and educators. They aim to do this by identifying, funding, co-campaigning and raising awareness of effective but under-utilised support services and mechanisms that already exist throughout the UK.

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