Trauma is connected in many ways to how we nurture ourselves and how we were nurtured when we were young. And for some people, that may influence their relationship with food. In today’s Trauma Healing Learning, Louise talks to Tracy Brown, a registered dietitian and somatic coach, about the intersection and connected relationship between trauma healing, our nervous systems and nutrition. Learn more about intuitive eating, Tracy’s unique practice and how to better advocate for a loved one’s or your own nutritional needs when they are in a medical setting or medical crisis.
You won't want to miss this engaging and eye-opening conversation on our relationship to food and our bodies!
Our theme music is by Victoria Vox.
Music in this episode is:
Immersed by Kevin MacLeod
Background Sentimental Piano And Cello by MusicLFiles
Calm Contemplative Piano by MusicLFiles
Blink of an Eye Podcast is sponsored by I C THAT — The Integrative Center for Trauma Healing, Advocacy and Transformation: a non-profit created as a national resource to help change the way we respond to Spinal Cord Injury to include trauma healing approaches for families and medical teams across the U.S. I C THAT provides a national team of SCI specialized doctors for expert opinions in the first hours of crisis, a Multidisciplinary Family Support & Navigation Team for SCI families lead by SCI families for the first 30 days of crisis, and a National Resource Library of trauma informed responses for the first hours and days after injury specialized for families, friends and SCI medical staff. I C THAT also offers a Registry of Medically Unexpected SCI Recoveries. I C THAT will host the inaugural conference The Science of Trauma: Hope for Trauma Healing October 5, 2022. To donate and find out more, visit www.ICTHAT.org.
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