How trauma impacts our emotional system and internal organs
May 8, 2018
Hosted by Ezreena Rose Scott
Trauma stress gets stored in our bodies and affects our internal organs and mental, emotional and physical functioning. Acupuncturist, Ward Willison, owner of All Body Care in Kelowna British Columbia, speaks about how suppressed emotions "show up" as disease and disorder in our organs and how acupuncture can help move energy though the body to promote health and well-being. When emotions are not ex-pressed they become de-pressed.... in the body! Acupuncture is a catalyst for moving the vital life force, Qi (pronounced 'chee') through the body propelling chemicals in the brain to discharge emotions. What emotions have you not expressed that may be causing dis-ease and dis-order?
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TraumaTalk is an opportunity for people to learn more about trauma.
The series will describe what trauma is, causes and symptoms, how it shows up and affects the way we function. The signs of trauma are evidenced mentally, emotionally, physically and behaviourally.
This show will review effective methods for processing and resolving trauma that go beyond management and adaption. We will hear from other professionals, who will describe how they see trauma show up in the body and how their methods can help in the healing process. Several clients will share their stories of trauma and how they overcame their experiences.
These episodes will encourage and assist you in performing a mental assessment of any trauma you may have experienced, and to bring a deeper understanding of why you function the way you do. Rather than survive trauma, what would it take for you to thrive beyond it? There is help, there is hope and there is healing.
Ezreena Rose Scott
Ezreena is a psychotherapist whom runs a private practice in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Before this, while getting her degree from University of Ottawa, Ezreena worked for the Military Police at National Defence Headquarters and various other departments in the federal government thereafter.
Her insatiable curiosity about human behaviour, especially within different populations, led her to becoming a psychotherapist. This career path has provided a continual view and expanding insights into human nature. What she has discovered, at the root of people’s issues, is often unprocessed trauma! Ezreena takes a different approach to helping people. Rather than teaching her clients how to manage, she helps them process the trauma in order to clear the symptoms. Events in childhood shape how we develop, and when left unresolved, can impact us in adulthood: cognitively, emotionally, somatically, behaviourally and energetically.
Trauma has a huge impact on people, often unbeknownst to them. When resolved, the results can be phenomenal!