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trauma intuition

Learning to listen to the body’s intuition for healing

In this interview, Ricardo Zulueta and I discuss how your body/mind/soul WANTS you to heal and how you can get in touch with your intuition for healing that WORKS in the long term by paying attention to your body. Some things we cover: how physical pain has an emotional component and connects to a memory …

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healthy anger

Harnessing the power of healthy anger

In this blog I’m going to talk about healthy and unhealthy anger, how anger can go wrong in the trauma recovery journey, and how to harness the power of anger for deeper healing. Have you ever felt incredibly angry about something that happened to you, or towards a person who harmed you (or still do)?  …

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depression trauma

Sadness v. Depression

The Trauma Connection You may feel sad for no reason, all the time or very often. This is a common symptom of all forms of trauma, and one which requires attention and compassion because it can often be overlooked (especially when you are dealing with acute symptoms like panic, anxiety, or health issues). Too many …

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panic attacks online program therapy

Panic attacks, dissociation, freezing

I can say from experience that panic attacks are terrifying.  They can involve: -incredible fear -numbness in body parts -inability to breathe -pain in the chest (you might think you’re having a heart attack) -pain in the stomach Those are just a few symptoms. It’s not uncommon to feel like you’re dying. At the other …

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hyperarousal trauma online therapy

Social anxiety & hyperarousal

Ever had the experience of being out – maybe in an unfamiliar social situation, or in a crowded place – and suddenly you freeze, or panic, feel suddenly emotional or angry. For the life of you, you just can’t figure out what to do or say … and then you feel ashamed, or you shut down, …

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