In this video viewers will be reminded about the intersection between goal setting and the corrective experience we need to heal from trauma.

This video reminds viewers to take a whole system approach to their healing by paying attention to both the mind and body as they heal from trauma. Furthermore, this video educates viewers about the nervous system and how to get it back into alignment after trauma.

This video describes how our brains are wired to compartmentalize our traumas and chronic stress. Here we discuss the upside and downside of this super power along with a reminder to unpack the hurt from time to time.

This video gives viewers a few quick tips on how they can mark their progress as they heal from grief and loss.

Trauma activation happens to all of us. Embrace that truth and learn how to shorten the cycle by using these two strategies.

This video explores how we get in our own way by holding onto things waaaayy to tightly. 3 quick tips to help you get back into the flow of things and heal on.

Grief is difficult, messy, and can take us through the broad spectrum of emotions including anger. Although anger can protect us it can also add to our problems as we lash out at others who don’t deserve it. In this video you will learn 3 steps (along with a bonus tip) that will help you move through anger as you heal and recover.

This video explores the secret to living a resilient life and presents the viewer with a choice on what to do next.

How you heal from trauma is as important as what you are healing. This video explains how using a combination of 3 different steps can help you along the way.

This video helps explain the numbing effect trauma can have on people. Furthermore, this video encourages the viewer to stretch the idea of what it means to actively grieve based on the faulty idea that they don’t feel anything and therefore are not doing anything to help themselves heal.

This video discusses one of the quickest things you can do to begin putting gas back in the tank through the experience of trauma and trauma impact. It starts here.

This video discusses the concept of habituation as an obstacle to happiness and the steps we need to take to meet the challenge. Furthermore, this video discusses how savoring the joyful moments in our lives can actually help us not only be happier but also build resilience.

This video talks about how we are robbing ourselves of opportunities to heal when we get stuck playing the blame game. Furthermore, this video discusses how we more than likely are ensuring that trauma will land as trauma if we buy into the myth that we are helpless to create change in our own lives, and in the lives of others, through our experience.

This video looks at how in our best efforts to avoid being labeled as selfish, self-centered, or narcissistic, we can actually end up falling straight into the narcissistic trap. This video addresses one of the more common pot holes to avoid as you interact with others.

This video discusses the type of therapy I believe is most effective to help you heal, build resilience and serves as a reminder that we already have most of the answers within us.

This video discusses three important steps to help prevent suicide and encourages folks who are struggling with suicidal thoughts, or who know someone who may be struggling, how to differentiate between suicidal thoughts and reality. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

This video discusses the two main trauma responses, and also discusses what to do to stay on course from a healing perspective. This video also highlights the importance of mindful interactions with others who may also be impacted by trauma.

Starting therapy can feel overwhelming. You may not know what to expect from your therapist, or even how to determine if the therapy you are receiving is as effective as it should be. This video discusses three important keys that will help ensure that you have a positive therapeutic experience.

This video discusses how viewers can use specific techniques used by therapists to build both motivation and confidence while encouraging viewers to continue marking progress as they move toward their goals.

Avoiding our feelings does not work. We are supposed to have the full spectrum of emotion, and can get out of balance if we attempt to ignore them. This video gives viewers 2 specific strategies to use in order to prevent feeling overwhelmed by painful feelings, and discusses the benefits of working with them.

With a particular focus on how slowing down can actually cultivate forward movement, this video discusses steps and strategies to help the viewer cultivate stillness into daily life. Furthermore, this video emphasizes the importance of slowing down as a way to actually heal grief and loss.

Healing from trauma does not always require heavy lifting. This video discusses the power of small steps along the way, and highlights three essential tiny tweaks you can utilize wherever you find yourself on the journey.

This video reminds us that reality is subjective. Ultimately, we get to choose what we believe, but we can forget that truth during times of high stress and depressed mood. Stay tuned for next week’s video that will include additional thoughts and actionable steps you can take to shift your belief system.

Most of us are dealing with uncertainty about the future. This video describes concrete steps you can take to not only help manage your anxiety about the future, but how to work toward turning it off completely. Furthermore, this video offers the viewer hope, and reassurance, as it communicates that we already possess the strengths and resources we need to survive whatever happens next.

This video discusses the importance of Radical Acceptance as a resilience factor that people can use to ease suffering, and the sense of stuck-ness many discuss as they struggle to move through grief and loss. In addition, this video gives viewers a specific exercise they can use to practice Radical Acceptance and move forward.


We want to know that they are making progress in our healing and in our recovery because we want to know that we are creating more and more space between us and the moment (or moments) of trauma impact. This video discusses two different ways you can mark your progress in recovery and healing even if there are still intense moments of activation happening on an ongoing basis. Remember always that every step counts.


This video discusses how to deal with the overwhelming feelings that may be the result of traumatic experience, along with a reminder about the importance of borrowing strength as we need to in order to get through difficult times in our lives.


This video discusses 3 essential steps you can take to heal from the trauma that are important wherever you are on the healing journey.


This week I recap last week’s video on the importance of getting out of the blame game, and build on the discussion about taking action to keep trauma from taking root. This video encourages viewers to continue to take action by using three steps to increase their overall happiness level.


It is normal to feel stuck in our lives at different times. Whether it is circumstantial, or something that feels rather random, we may feel pushed off the road. At these times it can be difficult to get back up and get moving again. This video discusses some of the factors that can lead to feeling stuck, and also offers some guidance on what to do to unstick your stuck!


This video discusses how many people feel stuck dealing with anxiety despite using coping skills such as mindfulness or meditation. By reminding viewers that we are at risk of taking on the emotions of those around us, this video addresses the importance of self-care as the antidote to burn out.


Trauma Is A Brain Injury (Here’s What You Can Do)

This video reminds viewers to stay mindful about their ability to navigate the rapids of big emotion by discussing three simple strategies

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