Discover the latest research and theory on trauma in this illuminating audio collection.
Insomnia, panic attacks, flashbacks, uncontrollable emotions: These are only a few symptoms of unresolved trauma. Millions suffer under their weight, often in shame and silence.
Trauma is one of the most debilitating and misunderstood psychological conditions. Fortunately, it is also one of the most widely studied. In the last 20 years, immense strides have been made in treating and comprehending the mechanics of trauma. From neuroscience to psychology to traditional healing, researchers have devoted their careers to understanding the consequences of traumatic experiences. The Healing Trauma Summit: Volume 2 gathers five of the most prominent experts in the field to share resources, insights, and the latest theories on treatment.
This volume of audio interviews and presentations includes:
Gabor Maté, MD, details how early childhood trauma affects the body and what steps can be taken to unravel its influence
Bonnie Badenoch, PhD, LMFT highlights why creating an atmosphere of safety is essential to trauma treatment
Sandra Ingerman, MA, explains the ancient shamanic practice of “soul retrieval” and how it has been used to heal trauma for thousands of years
Mark Epstein, MD, draws upon principles of Buddhism to show that we all suffer from trauma in some way
Shaka Senghor speaks on ways to address a penal system that does not understand the effects of trauma and more often than not exacerbates its effects
Even though the effects of trauma can be devastating, healing is more than possible. With The Healing Trauma Summit, you can discover for yourself that hope is within your grasp.
Note: This program is a compilation of presentations that were originally offered via the internet, so some sound inconsistencies may be present. These talks were presented at the Healing Trauma Summit, hosted in 2018 by Sounds True, and may be listened to in any sequence.
The healing trauma summit volume 2
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