Trauma, PTSD, Recovery from trauma, cultural trauma, EMDR therapy, and other treatments. [Episode 13]
In this episode, Paul discusses the topics of trauma, post traumatic stress disorder, EMDR therapy, trauma-informed treatment, recovery from trauma and PTSD, the adverse childhood experiences study, best practices related to treating trauma, how trauma affects the brain, neurobiology research and more. Paul also discusses multiple examples of traumatic experiences, how trauma affects the brain, and how it can be perceived in society. If you or someone you know has suffered from a traumatic experience(s) share this podcast to help spread the news that there actually are empirically proven treatments for trauma that work!
Paul Krauss MA LPC is the Clinical Director of Health for Life Grand Rapids, home of The Trauma-Informed Counseling Center of Grand Rapids. Paul is also a Private Practice Psychotherapist, EMDRIA Consultant in Training (CIT), host of the Intentional Clinician podcast, Behavioral Health Consultant, Clinical Trainer, and Counseling Supervisor. Paul is now offering consulting for a few individuals and organizations. Paul is the creator of the National Violence Prevention Hotline (in progress) as well as the Intentional Clinician Training Program for Counselors. Questions? Call the office at 616-200-4433.
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Original music, used with permission:
"Shades of Currency" [Instrumental] from Archetypes by PAWL
"Feynman Wolfgang" from Flighty Tronys 1 by Flighty Tronys
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