People are done dancing around the topic of trauma. They're ready to face this square-on. None of the current systems are getting to the root of the issue in the current model. Their biology has been affected on a cellular level, and that is now what's preventing the important work that they're trying to do. The Biology of Trauma podcast is the missing piece to that puzzle. It's a practical living manual for the human body in a modern, traumatizing world. Join your host medical physician and attachment, trauma and addiction expert, Dr. Aimie as she challenges the old paradigm of trauma and illuminates a new model for the healing journey.
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"I wound up having this trauma happen at the hands of the vice principal. Well, then every time the intercom goes off for every morning's Pledge of Allegiance and secretarial announcements, I go into freeze and terror. And the meaning I created is "I... more
"...It’s not a mindset issue. It’s a nervous system issue.." more
"Your physicality is your vehicle for all communication, leadership, and influence." more
Very interesting! Baby can’t survive on a disregulated state. So adaptations take place.
I came across Dr Aimie Apigian through the Biology of Trauma Summit .01 in 2021, while on a journey of healing my own trauma for decades but without considering or listening to my body. I had attended to my soul through spiritual practices and an excellent specialized leading teaching trauma psychiatrist and a wonderful faith based therapist who actually proceeded in my treatment very similarly to the concepts taught by leading trauma specialists such as Dr. Aimie and others like Dr S Porges, D... more
Everytime I think outside of information that is commonly circulated, I can start to feel crazy but I just know there is more! Knowing what's there's and regulating it in the body are two different things in my experience. I'm sure it can vary per individual, but what are some ways to create that safety feeling in the body?
Glad I found it. As a trauma recover coach, I appreciate how she peaks calmly about how to develop skills for processing trauma, without considering trauma to be a social ID badge, or state of victimhood. It’s how we as a society should learn to help ourselves and each other. Grateful for her public platform.
Dr Amy explains this in the best possible way. This podcast is a MUST for every human
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