Entries tagged with “Trauma”
Simple joys help us flow back to the best things in life. “Never have I so sensed in my patients and myself the necessity of cultivating awareness of simple joys.”
Yoga is an incredibly powerful tool for stress management. Try this sequence of five poses to calm down, relax, and recenter yourself.
Exhausted by constant risk assessments? Are friendships forming or dissolving based solely on pandemic vigilance? You may be experiencing COVID trauma.
Excerpt from Hope, Make, Heal: 20 Crafts to Mend the Heart
Synthesizing her work as a social justice activist, anti-racism trainer, and yoga teacher, Michelle Cassandra Johnson’s latest book explicitly sets out to empower readers to prio…
Inside the MiracleEnduring Suffering, Approaching Wholenessby Mark NepoSounds TrueSpiritual guide Mark Nepo is a consummate storyteller, as evidenced in this collection of essays, …
An excerpt from Bouncing Forward from Michaela Haas, PhD
“Over time, feeding and caring for my being this way, along with nourishing other diverse aspects of my life, built my fortitude to transform family meals into a time of warmth and care, ending a legacy of trauma and neglect.”
Chronic pain can be caused by lingering trauma, creating stress that is unresolved. Break the cycle.
Laying the important groundwork for healing trauma.
The idea for Finding Refuge came to Michelle Cassandra Johnson from her ancestors. Her mission—“create a space for people to come together and grieve.”
An adapted excerpt from Journey Through Trauma by Gretchen Schmelzer, PhD
One of the founders of Earthbound Farm ignored the present-day consequences of her family’s past. Until she needed to heal.
For someone who has experienced trauma, the present moment may feel like the most dangerous place in the world.
EMDR takes traumatic memories and removes the anxiety connected with them. It can create healing that seems magical.
A new study has sheds light on exactly how the brain hides memories.
Thomas Hübl spoke with S&H about overcoming generations of trauma.
The suffering of grief can begin to heal by accepting support and practicing self-care.
Microdosing psilocybin mushrooms can lead to a psychedelic healing experience. The mushroom user can revisit trauma and find new insights.
“Dancing Mindfulness” combines healing movements with free-form expression to provide a new therapy for trauma.