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The Biology of Trauma® With Dr. Aimie

Jun 30, 2023

If you have ever found yourself asking why you feel so tired all the time, you might not be asking the right question. In order to get to the right question, I am sharing an interview I did with Dr. Evan Hirsch, a good friend and colleague physician of mine who has had a remarkable journey recovering from chronic...


Jun 23, 2023

Attachment and neurodevelopment is one of those topics people ask me about all the time! Today, I'm going to let you listen in on one of my master classes on attachment. The big question we have to ask – What attachment adaptations come from age 0 - 6 months? What if we have gaps or injuries in the first six months of...


Jun 16, 2023

We hear the word “trauma” thrown around all the time, but what does it actually mean? The answer lies in our physiology, in our neurobiology. Today, I will be discussing the foundational biological aspects of trauma you need to know to understand your trauma responses, as well as what you can do about it.

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Jun 9, 2023

Sleeping is when you heal. In this episode, we are going to be diving into Practical Tips For Better Sleep For Trauma Work. Sleep is an essential part of healing when working on trauma; yet stored trauma in the body can make it very difficult to get sleep. You will hear me discuss the topic with Misty Williams at the...


Jun 2, 2023

“A brain inflamed is a brain in overwhelm.” Do you know how head injuries affect one’s ability to do trauma work or somatic work? Do you know how to recognize brain inflammation and what kind of work that requires? Today, we are going to look at that with a first-hand account by Tori. Tori wasn’t always stuck...