Thank You for Your Time

Thank you for joining me for your free trial of Trauma Healing Jumpstart I hoped your found it helpful! Because I truly want to help others heal their trauma response, I would love your feedback. If you are willing, please take a few seconds to complete this 5 question anonymous survey.   About the Instructor…

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Lesson 5: 5-4-3-2-1 Relax

Previous Lesson Next Lesson Week Two: Lesson 5 Grounding back into our bodies Today, we explored a powerful grounding exercise to reconnect with our senses and bodies during trauma response. When our sympathetic nervous system triggers fight or flight, reconnecting becomes crucial. This exercise involved focusing on sounds, sights, and physical sensations, starting with five…

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Get more done by doing less

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Being” sounds easy, but can be hard. Especially when we are in the habit of always doing. The more we try to “be” the more our mind just won’t listen. this is normal at first. It takes training, practice and time. #mindfulnesspractice

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Trauma Response – It’s natural, not a disorder

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By Eva M Medcroft Something’s not right. My stomach is doing flip flops. My heart is racing. My breathing is fast and shallow. Trying to sit still feels like torture. I need to run. This is trauma? I am experiencing the biological response to threatening stimulus also known as trauma response. It could mean the…

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An Overview of Stress, Trauma, and PTSD

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Our understanding of Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) is quickly evolving. Originally, it was associated with intense experiences in war or an intensely traumatic event. Now we know PTSD can is far more pervasive than we originally thought.

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