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Hearing Voices Workshop #1 : Accepting Voices APR 2020
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Dr Robert Scaer… “In Western medicine we incorrectly categorize trauma by the events that happen when, in fact, it is the effect left within us by our experience. “ As he introduces himself here, “humble country traumatologist from Colorado” who, … Continue reading
We have come to think and talk of traum as evil things that happend to us perpetrated by evil people. That’s a fairly new way of thinking about it, made up on the back of an envelope by a small number of people – you might be surprised where it comes from.
Are you traumatized enough? …too much? … or just the right amount? …”to qualify for services” Specifically, “…to qualify for inclusion” in a study being conducted into into a new therapeutic approach advertising itself as “trauma informed therapy”. What it … Continue reading
From Babette Rothschild… No3 in Series from the book: 8 Keys to safe trauma recovery. This below is from the series of short videos summarising the book. #3 Remembering is Not Required “One of the holes we have in … Continue reading
Essam Daod shares a story of one way we can bring brief, important support to refugees at critical times. And also offers us a window of insight into how any of us might support any other of us midst potentially … Continue reading
Very pleased to have been invited to co-present with Jennifer Wynne a the CAST Grounding Trauma Conference 2018. Neither trauma nor difficult experiences that called names like “psychosis” are as mysterious or hard to understand as many experts would have … Continue reading
Workshop Accepting Voices a unique non-diagnostic and creative way of understanding a range of human experiences that have been mystified and made taboo and yet which are remarkably common and really not that hard to understand.
Excellent article in National Geographic about application of very simple, powerful approach of encouraging vets to make and paint masks as a way to express their pain, their woundedness. As one says… “I THOUGHT THIS WAS A JOKE, I wanted … Continue reading
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Government is responsible for trauma of 16,000 indigenous children removed from families between 1965 and 1984, judge said. Continue reading