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Our dedicated team trains extensively under Dr. Mungadze
and the Right Brain Therapy approach to healing.
Jerry Mungadze, BS, MA, PhD, LPC
Dr. Mungadze was born and raised in Zimbabwe where he served as pastor of a church and performed evangelism across the country.
He helped deliver supplies to the soldiers on the front lines and minister to people in the villages victimized by guerrilla warfare.
Selected for a scholarship here in the United States, Dr. Mungadze received a BS in Bible from Dallas Bible College in Dallas, Texas, an MA in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary in Dallas, Texas, and a Ph.D. in counselor education with a minor in psychology from the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas.
specializes in Right Brain Therapy
developed Right Brain Therapy
scientific brain research, and numerous studies on the effects of trauma on the brain.
The RBT techniques were developed for the treatment of traumatic experiences, and symptoms related to the trauma.
These symptoms include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), combat related stress, and traumatic brain injury.
However, due to the success rate in treating trauma and it's symptoms; Dr. Mungadze
found that Right Brain Therapy
had an equal success rate for; depression, eating disorders, drug addictions, sexual addictions, mood disorders, and chronic pain.
Frequently consulted by professionals in the field of trauma, Dr. Mungadze's
education and expertise keep him in high demand for his
treatment techniques, and knowledge in right brain research.
In addition, he
trains law enforcement personnel on symptoms of PTSD, child abuse and sex trafficking and is deemed an expert witness for these crimes as well.
is a member and frequent presenter for the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation
(ISSTD), the American Academy of Christian Counselors
(AACC), the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, and Texas Victims Services Association (TVSA).
active speaking schedule has taken him around the United States and to a wide range of countries including Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Australia, Ghana, Greece, and South Africa.
clinic in Bedford, Texas, attracts clients from all over the world.
MUNGADZE ASSOCIATION, P. C.
Jerry Mungadze, Ph.D., L.P.C.Jerry Mungadze, Ph.D., L.P.C., has over 18 years of experience in the trauma field.
Dr. Mungadze's formal education includes a M.A. in Biblical Studies from the Dallas Theological Seminary
and a Ph.D. in Counselor Education from the University of North Texas
graduate and undergraduate studies focused on psychology, theology, counseling, and cults. Dr. Mungadze is also the Founder and President of the Mungadze Association outpatient-counseling center in Bedford, Texas.He
established one of the first Dissociative Disorders Units in 1989.Currently the unit is located at Cedars Hospital
in DeSoto, TX, where he
clinical staff provide this unique and specialized program for trauma victims.In addition, he is an adjunct professor at Dallas Baptist University where he teaches in the counseling department on trauma disorders.Dr. Mungadze
is a national and international recognized authority in the areas of dissociative and trauma related disorders.His
seminars, workshops, and case consultations have benefited clinicians, pastoral counselors, and law enforcement.
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is the author of the foreword for Herschel Walker's upcoming book "Breaking Free," which is to detail Walker's struggle with multiple personality disorder.
..."I know he works with a lot of unusual clients who will fly in from all over to spend time with him," Becerril said of Mungadze, who has a Ph.D. in counselor education and a minor in psychology from the University of North Texas.
...Mungadze, who has not returned phone calls or e-mail messages for the past two days, is the director of the Mungadze Trauma Programs in Bedford, Texas.
One of the cornerstones of his
practice and his
teachings is the evaluation and treatment of multiple personality disorders.
Kelley said Mungadze
has a reputation as a DID expert.
Becerril said that Mungadze
, a native of Zimbabwe, has said that treating DID was not his intention but rather became a calling.
had a conversation with this girl and found out she
had been traumatized by her
was able to negotiate those feelings with the young girl until she
host personality were at peace with the personality of the grandfather.
FMS Foundation Newsletter, 2008 Vol 17 No. 2
Mungadze, Ph.D., founder of the Mungadze Trauma Programs wrote the
Foreword to the book.
We suspect that publishers Simon & Schuster and Mungadze
did no more
fact checking about multiple personality disorder and its
controversial diagnosis than other publishers have done.
recent memoirs have been exposed as untrue.
Jerry Mungadze, Ph.D., founder of the Mungadze Trauma
is written by Jerry Mungadze, Ph.D., however, it seems likely that
Jerry Mungadze, Ph.D., a native of Zimbabwe, offers
Christian treatment for victims of trauma.
He received his Ph.D. in
Counselor Education at the University of North Texas
, Denton, Texas in
Trauma 1 classes at Dallas Baptist University
appears to believe in excavating memories and satanic ritual
Therapist Jerry Mungadze offered a unique
own website explains some of his
beliefs about Christian
Treatment of Trauma Recovery: 
uses picture collages as a tool to help clients express
things they could not express otherwise.
Eileen and Jerry
Central Orange County -- 1st Fri. (MO) @ 7pm
Chris & Alan
Floyd & Libby
San Diego Area
S. New England
Dr. Jerry Mungadze, a ...
Dr. Jerry Mungadze, a psychologist and founder of the Mungadze Trauma Programs in Bedford, Texas (just outside Dallas), wrote the foreword for the book.He also did not return phone calls seeking comment.