Co-Regulation or Self-Regulation? To clarify, true ‘self’ regulation is a myth. In actuality, it’s internalized co-regulation. Internalized co-regulation is the evoking of your body’s felt experience of what it feels like to regulate with another Self-regulation comes from the desire for a person to be autonomous, have agency, and make it through
(4:23) “Once we’re able to recognize, hold a posture of curiosity and seeking more understanding and trying to explore where this comes from, then we want to offer attunement.” Often the process of RUAC is lumped together When reflecting on past events, our attention is often on our and other’s reactions In
Listen in to hear Jen and Bridger talk in-depth about recognize, the R in RUAC. Missed episode 25? Listen here to learn more about R.A.U.C. Recognize First, learn to recognize what dysregulation looks like in ourselves and others. Recognizing isn’t just a thinking experience but also includes body responses. Second, start to
Today Jen and Bridger plan to wrap up their discussions over the brain, nervous system and the body and how the experiences of trauma affect their development. In this episode, they discuss how to interact with individuals in a trauma-informed perspective (RUAC). If you haven’t already, check out our previous episode here!
Listen to hear a discussion on the cycles of trauma and how we conceptualize that every symptom originates from trauma.
Listen in to hear Melissa and Caleb discuss how and why humans dissociate and how this ability is an adaptation of our nervous system. Join our Patreon! Follow us on social media: Instagram: @beyondtraumapodcast Facebook: @beyondtraumapodcast
Today, we are focusing on how trauma affects attachment and how this may appear throughout life into adulthood. Check out our Beyond Trauma’s patreon by clicking here! Listen in to Episode 17: Attachment and the Nervous System, if you haven’t already. How does human relationship come from our nervous system and our
Today, Bridger and Mel discuss how trauma affects the neurodevelopment of the brain, bottom to top. Join our Beyond Trauma Patreon! Trainings are coming for 2022! Sign up for your Trauma Informed Care Training! What is trauma? We understand trauma to be anything that intrudes on our consciousness that is too much
Today, we talk about adverse childhood experiences and how we utilize the ACEs score in therapy. Schedule your first therapy retreat! What does ACES mean? ACE stands for Adverse Childhood Experiences Scale It’s on a 9 point scale 0-9 It’s a representation of a number of adverse childhood experiences you’ve been through