Brené Brown, Ph'D, Shame and Vulnerability researcher discusses vulnerability.
Brené Brown, Ph'D, Shame and Vulnerability researcher discusses shame.
Trauma and the nervous system: a polyvagal perspective from The Trauma Foundation and the Polyvagal Institute. This short video is a great explanation of how the Autonomic Nervous System works and the impact of trauma on the ANS. As well as an important tip about healing the ANS after trauma. Enjoy!
This video showcases comic Seth Porys, Stephen Porge's son, explaining Stephen Porge's Polvagal Theory in a very easy to understand non-academic manner. The video is 30 minutes long and well worth the time, if you have experienced trauma or know someone that has experienced trauma.
Kathy L. Kain, describes how therapists can work somatically and psychotherapeutically with patients suffering the effects of developmental trauma and complex trauma. Kathy has recently co-authored a groundbreaking book on this topic titled, Nurturing Resilience.
Erin Diedling, MEd, LCPC, SEP interviews Steven Terrell, PsyD, SEP, about Treating Early Developmental trauma and the book he coauthored with Kathy Kain, Nurturing Resilience.
We each have deep conditioning to get stuck in feelings of fear, deficiency and separation from others. Tara's talks explore the two interdependent pathways of undoing the conditioning that blocks our potential. In Part I she looks at how we can intentionally arouse states of wellbeing, and with practice, develop them into ongoing traits that bring presence and joy to our lives.
in Part 2, Tara investigates how to cultivate an unconditional presence, and the radical acceptance and love, that are the grounds of true happiness and inner freedom.
Lucy Barnes does a great job of explaining the Karpman drama triangle in her Ted Talk. Great job, Lucy!