trauma

Tackling Trauma – More Lessons from “The Body Keeps the Score”

“If you feel safe and loved, your brain becomes specialized in exploration, play, and cooperation; if you are frightened and unwanted, it specializes in managing feelings of fear and abandonment,” says Bessel van der Kolk, author of The Body Keeps the Score (https://amzn.to/3QtMBPG). In today’s episode, Tony explores what unresolved trauma can look like in …

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ACT Helps You Do Life Better – Period! Dr. Michael Twohig on Anxiety, OCD, Trauma, and More

Dr. Michael Twohig joins Tony to talk about his early involvement in the then “new kid on the psychology block,” acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Dr. Twohig shares his initial hesitation in embracing ACT and what eventually led him to pursue his Ph.D. in clinical psychology by working with Dr. Stephen Hayes, the founder of …

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