Steve Earll is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addictions Counselor in private practice specializing in family trauma, addictions, co-dependency and recovery issues in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Steve has worked in the field of addictions and trauma for more than 35 years as a counselor, consultant, trainer and clinical director of treatment programs for adults and adolescents, and their families. Steve approaches family trauma both professionally and personally. From abuse in his childhood to the death of his wife, Rachel, Steve knows firsthand how unexpected trauma can affect people and relationships. Steve has worked professionally with Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse, Vernon Johnson, Virginia Satir and other nationally known therapists in the field of family therapy and addictions. Steve has conducted training seminars for therapists, educators, and churches concerning issues of addictions and family trauma in the United States, Canada, Europe and the Middle East. Steve is the author of Family Sculpture Techniques, A Therapist Manual, Chemical Dependency and Recovery Are A Family Affair, contributing author of Portraits of Courage and “Unmasking Troubled Families” (CD series). Steve is also featured in the Focus on the Family video, “Physician Assisted Suicide, Not Worth Living.” His articles are also posted on several other web sites. Steve lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Carrie.