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Author: Jennifer Wallace & Elisabeth Kristof

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The Podcast that teaches you about your nervous system, how trauma gets stored in the body and what you can do to heal.
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Joining us is Founder of Inner Restoration, Alison Leitheiser. Her story is nothing short of miraculous and a testament to what is possible when you’re determined to heal. She found her passion helping others find hope and healing.    In this episode, we discuss: Alison’s health challenges during her younger years Being quadriplegic, life before, her mental health and how she felt through her battle with it Gaining her mobility and independence back NFP and applied neurology Alison’s time on American Ninja Warrior and hanging out with Olympians Bush Flower Essences and Biophoton Therapy Alison’s programs, what they do and how she works with her clients   Work with Jennifer Get 25% Off a Private Coaching Session with me Sign-up for the Newsletter and stay up to date on my latest workshops, services, and speaking events.  Become a Member & Support the Illuminated Podcast on Patreon FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use My exclusive offer: AthleticGreens.com/Illuminated    Work with Alison Functional Applications for an Empowered and Vibrant Life Come and join my FREE online tribe! This group is where we can connect and get stronger and healthier together I provide weekly topics and new drills & practices for you to feel better!   About Alison Leitheiser Everyone has their own challenges, but when I was 16, mine stopped me in my tracks! I had seizures, fatigue, organ damage and paralysis. I could not move from the neck down. A virus had gotten into my spinal cord and I became quadriplegic. Unwilling to accept my seat on the sidelines, I wanted to participate in life more and spent two decades learning and healing. My experiences changed the course of my life as I found a passion for helping others find hope and healing. I started my road as an alternative health care practitioner in 2002, started my own clinical practice in 2009 and today I love working with people's health challenges and helping them find their way to wellness. Now I want to give that experience of feeling better, help you to participate in life more and reclaim your health! Connect with Jennifer Website Patreon YouTube Facebook Instagram Connect with Alison Website     Facebook Instagram
The essence of who we are radiates when we live in our purpose. When we can connect with our true self and share it with others. There are many blockers stopping us from being able to express our feelings, or even know what we’re experiencing, and one of them is self abandonment.   Don’t let the “self” fool you — sometimes, we unintentionally abandon ourselves because of the survival responses born as a result of trauma. Until healing begins, we can get stuck living through learned patterns of ignoring our own needs in favor of others around us, suppressing feelings to protect ourselves from the neglect of others, and rejecting our intuition.   Trauma Rewired host, Jennifer, and Elisabeth Kristof of Brain-Based Wellness are finishing the CPTSD series by discussing this final component of CPTSD: self abandonment. They talk about the ways we abandon ourselves through the lens of their own experiences, and how it manifests in a cycle of self-abuse and shame.   If you find yourself disregarding your own health and happiness, tune in to understand this component of CPTSD and how healing is possible!   Topics discussed in this episode:   Jennifer shares a recent story of self abandonment Elisabeth defints self abandonment Dissociation as a survival response The effects of parentification Healing self abandonment How all the components of CPTSD work together Becoming an expert of your nervous system Toxic stress and disease Learning to say “no” and self-regulate The power of self-expression Join the live-recording Q&A episode AND the new Facebook group!     Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/ Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired   This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com Trauma Rewired podcast  is intended to educate and inform but does not constitute medical, psychological or other professional advice or services. Always consult a qualified medical professional about your specific circumstances before making any decisions based on what you hear.  We share our experiences, explore trauma, physical reactions, mental health and disease. If you become distressed by our content, please stop listening and seek professional support when needed. Do not continue to listen if the conversations are having a negative impact on your health and well-being.  If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, or in mental health crisis and you are in the United States you can 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.  If someone’s life is in danger, immediately call 911.  We do our best to stay current in research, but older episodes are always available.  We don’t warrant or guarantee that this podcast contains complete, accurate or up-to-date information. It’s very important to talk to a medical professional about your individual needs, as we aren’t responsible for any actions you take based on the information you hear in this podcast. We  invite guests onto the podcast. Please note that we don’t verify the accuracy of their statements. Our organization does not endorse third-party content and the views of our guests do not necessarily represent the views of our organization. We talk about general neuro-science and nervous system health, but you are unique. These are conversations for a wide audience. They are general recommendations and you are always advised to seek personal care for your unique outputs, trauma and needs.  We are not doctors or licensed medical professionals. We are certified neuro-somatic practitioners and nervous system health/embodiment coaches. We are not your doctor or medical professional and do not know you and your unique nervous system. This podcast is not a replacement for working with a professional. The BrainBased.com site and Rewiretrail.com is a membership site for general nervous system health, somatic processing and stress processing. It is not a substitute for medical care or the appropriate solution for anyone in mental health crisis.  Any examples mentioned in this podcast are for illustration purposes only. If they are based on real events, names have been changed to protect the identities of those involved.  We’ve done our best to ensure our podcast respects the intellectual property rights of others, however if you have an issue with our content, please let us know by emailing us at traumarewired@gmail.com  All rights in our content are reserved  
The term social anxiety gets tossed around a lot these days, however individuals with CPTS who experience social anxiety feel its effects on a visceral level. It can be highly debilitating and can affect the way we relate and connect to others, when the need for connection is at the very core of what makes us human. Knowing if you actually have social anxiety can be tricky, especially if there are socially acceptable coping mechanisms like overconsumption of substances involved. The proof is in the nervous system outputs, such as migraines, pain, exhaustion, or binge eating, after every social event. As well as, if these outputs cause you to refrain from being in social settings all together. At these times, it's important to reflect on whether you're genuinely comfortable in social situations or if social anxiety may be at play. In today’s episode, Elisabeth and Jennifer explore the world of social anxiety, specifically what signs in your nervous system to look out for if you suspect you have social anxiety, the difference between social anxiety and being socially awkward, the role substance use plays, how your attachment style can indicate your level of social anxiety, and how to repattern the nervous system using NSI tools to overcome social anxiety, and much more. As humans, we need to connect to others, and we need relationships to thrive. Social anxiety can impede these very human needs, however there is a way around it. It is possible to change how your nervous system takes in information, and change the way it reacts to that information, using simple tools to rewire and regulate. Tune in to hear how and more! Topics discussed in this episode:   What is social anxiety? The nervous system outputs associated with social anxiety Substance use and social anxiety How the inner critic and toxic shame shows up in social anxiety What is hypervigilance? Physiological reasons why stress in social situations can cause protective outputs How ADHD and social anxiety overlap How attachment styles are related to social anxiety Repatterning the nervous system to experience new outputs using NSI  Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/ Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired   This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com Trauma Rewired podcast  is intended to educate and inform but does not constitute medical, psychological or other professional advice or services. Always consult a qualified medical professional about your specific circumstances before making any decisions based on what you hear.  We share our experiences, explore trauma, physical reactions, mental health and disease. If you become distressed by our content, please stop listening and seek professional support when needed. Do not continue to listen if the conversations are having a negative impact on your health and well-being.  If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, or in mental health crisis and you are in the United States you can 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.  If someone’s life is in danger, immediately call 911.  We do our best to stay current in research, but older episodes are always available.  We don’t warrant or guarantee that this podcast contains complete, accurate or up-to-date information. It’s very important to talk to a medical professional about your individual needs, as we aren’t responsible for any actions you take based on the information you hear in this podcast. We  invite guests onto the podcast. Please note that we don’t verify the accuracy of their statements. Our organization does not endorse third-party content and the views of our guests do not necessarily represent the views of our organization. We talk about general neuro-science and nervous system health, but you are unique. These are conversations for a wide audience. They are general recommendations and you are always advised to seek personal care for your unique outputs, trauma and needs.  We are not doctors or licensed medical professionals. We are certified neuro-somatic practitioners and nervous system health/embodiment coaches. We are not your doctor or medical professional and do not know you and your unique nervous system. This podcast is not a replacement for working with a professional. The BrainBased.com site and Rewiretrail.com is a membership site for general nervous system health, somatic processing and stress processing. It is not a substitute for medical care or the appropriate solution for anyone in mental health crisis.  Any examples mentioned in this podcast are for illustration purposes only. If they are based on real events, names have been changed to protect the identities of those involved.  We’ve done our best to ensure our podcast respects the intellectual property rights of others, however if you have an issue with our content, please let us know by emailing us at traumarewired@gmail.com  All rights in our content are reserved  
As a human, you have most likely felt shame to some degree. Although it is a normal human protective emotion to keep us safe on a societal level, shame can become toxic when it persists and when we internalize the critical narrative from that shame. Toxic shame shows up in many ways, however, the way it shows up physiologically is understood the least, but the most telling. From posture, dilated pupils, tense muscles, to inflammation in the body, headaches, and diseases, it is possible to visibly see shame on a person’s body. This is a result of the body protecting itself, and there is no shame in that. However once it becomes maladaptive, and absolute “I am” statements start becoming permanent fixtures in rumination, one’s perception of self shifts, which can eventually cause serious mental and physical health issues. On today’s episode, Elisabeth and Jennifer discuss how toxic shame differs from regular shame, how toxic shame shows up, what happens in the body when it does, where toxic shame originates from, how shame and pleasure shows up in those with a history of childhood sexual abuse, and what you can do to recognize and repattern toxic shame with Neuro-Somatic Coaching. Just as toxic shame is developed, it can be undeveloped, by learning how to recognize when and how it shows up in the body, then repatterning the neural pathways in real time using NSI tools, and allowing repressed emotions to mobilize. This episode is filled with knowledge and insight you don’t want to miss. Tune in for this and more! Topics discussed in this episode:   The difference between guilt and shame Difference between regular shame and toxic shame How toxic shame affects posture How shame is a protective response What is shame inflammation and its correlation to disease states? Why mobilizing the body is crucial to process emotions What is emotional attunement? Overcoupling of shame and pleasure in the case of childhood sexual abuse The types of body boundary violations What to do if you are having a toxic shame response? Why it’s important for practitioners to understand when a client is in a shame response Repattering shame in real time     Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/ Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired   This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com   Trauma Rewired podcast  is intended to educate and inform but does not constitute medical, psychological or other professional advice or services. Always consult a qualified medical professional about your specific circumstances before making any decisions based on what you hear.  We share our experiences, explore trauma, physical reactions, mental health and disease. If you become distressed by our content, please stop listening and seek professional support when needed. Do not continue to listen if the conversations are having a negative impact on your health and well-being.  If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, or in mental health crisis and you are in the United States you can 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.  If someone’s life is in danger, immediately call 911.  We do our best to stay current in research, but older episodes are always available.  We don’t warrant or guarantee that this podcast contains complete, accurate or up-to-date information. It’s very important to talk to a medical professional about your individual needs, as we aren’t responsible for any actions you take based on the information you hear in this podcast. We  invite guests onto the podcast. Please note that we don’t verify the accuracy of their statements. Our organization does not endorse third-party content and the views of our guests do not necessarily represent the views of our organization. We talk about general neuro-science and nervous system health, but you are unique. These are conversations for a wide audience. They are general recommendations and you are always advised to seek personal care for your unique outputs, trauma and needs.  We are not doctors or licensed medical professionals. We are certified neuro-somatic practitioners and nervous system health/embodiment coaches. We are not your doctor or medical professional and do not know you and your unique nervous system. This podcast is not a replacement for working with a professional. The BrainBased.com site and Rewiretrail.com is a membership site for general nervous system health, somatic processing and stress processing. It is not a substitute for medical care or the appropriate solution for anyone in mental health crisis.  Any examples mentioned in this podcast are for illustration purposes only. If they are based on real events, names have been changed to protect the identities of those involved.  We’ve done our best to ensure our podcast respects the intellectual property rights of others, however if you have an issue with our content, please let us know by emailing us jennifer@traumarewired.com  All rights in our content are reserved
We’ve all experienced the inner critic to some extent. You know, that voice inside of your head saying you’re not good enough, or that you’re a bad person. Where does this voice come from and why is it so vicious? Well, for people dealing with CPTS, this voice is even louder, and even more critical. The volume gets turned up ten notches, and turning it off feels like a game of tug of war. Understanding where this voice comes from and how it manifests is a crucial part to replacing the inner critic with self compassion. On this episode of Trauma Rewired, Elisabeth and Jennifer sit down to discuss the inner critic, specifically the severity of it when it comes to people with CPTS, what activates the inner critic loop cycle, what part of the brain the inner critic activates, the reflexive responses associated with the inner critic, and finally, how NSI training can help with quieting the inner critic. This type of reflexive response is created as a means of survival, the brain always wants to protect itself. However, the constant cycle of judgment, criticism, demeaning thoughts about the self becomes maladaptive when it stops serving its original purpose. There is a way to quiet the inner critic, which we want to share with you today. Tune in to find out how to turn down the volume on the inner critic, and the volume up on self compassion. Topics discussed in this episode:   Characteristics of the inner critic for those experiencing CPTS Where the inner critic lives in the brain The fawn response and how it’s related to the inner critic What activates the inner critic loop? The root cause of the inner critic How authenticity is affected by attachment style Freeze trauma response The opposite of the inner critic How NSI training can move you out of the inner critic loop cycle The importance of creating an internal environment of safety  Being exposed to other people’s inner critic Gossip as an external critic Combating the external critic with self compassion   If you would like to WATCH the episode and/or have closed captions, check out our Trauma Rewired YOUTUBE channel!    If you would like transcripts of this episode, you can find them HERE on Apple Podcasts.    Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired   This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com   Trauma Rewired podcast  is intended to educate and inform but does not constitute medical, psychological or other professional advice or services. Always consult a qualified medical professional about your specific circumstances before making any decisions based on what you hear.  We share our experiences, explore trauma, physical reactions, mental health and disease. If you become distressed by our content, please stop listening and seek professional support when needed. Do not continue to listen if the conversations are having a negative impact on your health and well-being.  If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, or in mental health crisis and you are in the United States you can 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.  If someone’s life is in danger, immediately call 911.  We do our best to stay current in research, but older episodes are always available.  We don’t warrant or guarantee that this podcast contains complete, accurate or up-to-date information. It’s very important to talk to a medical professional about your individual needs, as we aren’t responsible for any actions you take based on the information you hear in this podcast. We  invite guests onto the podcast. Please note that we don’t verify the accuracy of their statements. Our organization does not endorse third-party content and the views of our guests do not necessarily represent the views of our organization. We talk about general neuro-science and nervous system health, but you are unique. These are conversations for a wide audience. They are general recommendations and you are always advised to seek personal care for your unique outputs, trauma and needs.  We are not doctors or licensed medical professionals. We are certified neuro-somatic practitioners and nervous system health/embodiment coaches. We are not your doctor or medical professional and do not know you and your unique nervous system. This podcast is not a replacement for working with a professional. The BrainBased.com site and Rewiretrail.com is a membership site for general nervous system health, somatic processing and stress processing. It is not a substitute for medical care or the appropriate solution for anyone in mental health crisis.  Any examples mentioned in this podcast are for illustration purposes only. If they are based on real events, names have been changed to protect the identities of those involved.  We’ve done our best to ensure our podcast respects the intellectual property rights of others, however if you have an issue with our content, please let us know by emailing us traumarewired@gmail.com All rights in our content are reserved.  
What is C-PTSD?

What is C-PTSD?

2024-04-0849:31

  We first explored this question in Season 2 and felt it was necessary to revisit; with more altitude, updated research and further along in our healing journeys.  In this episode, hosts Elisabeth Kristof and Jennifer Wallace dive deep into the realm of Complex Post Traumatic Stress, or CPTS, exploring the complexities of trauma and the impact on our nervous systems. We offer a comprehensive understanding of its five key components. The hosts share practical tools and emphasize the importance of healing and understanding our own nervous systems.  Join us as we re-examine the language surrounding complex trauma and discuss the potential for real change and healing. We unpack its somatic and neurological effects, share practical tools for healing, challenge traditional perspectives on trauma, and empower you to cultivate a resilient nervous system. This conversation sheds light on how trauma affects not only emotions, but also posture, movement abilities, and overall brain function. Together, let's embark on a journey of self-understanding, compassion, and intentional neurosomatic rehabilitation   Topics discussed in this episode Redefining Complex Trauma and the importance of language  The 5 distinguishing components of Complex Trauma  Somatic and neurological components of CPTS The importance of Self Compassion  Tools for repatterning  Intentional Rehabilitation and learning your nervous system  Impact of shronic stress on brain development  Integration, dissociation, and creating safety in the nervous system   Hit subscribe and follow us as we unpack each of the characteristics individually and  Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer: https://www.rewiretrial.com   If you would like to WATCH the episode and/or have closed captions, check out our Trauma Rewired YOUTUBE channel!    Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program here: https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired If you need access to transcripts of this episode, you can find that HERE on Apple Podcasts.  This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com   Full Disclaimer    Trauma Rewired podcast  is intended to educate and inform but does not constitute medical, psychological or other professional advice or services. Always consult a qualified medical professional about your specific circumstances before making any decisions based on what you hear.  We share our experiences, explore trauma, physical reactions, mental health and disease. If you become distressed by our content, please stop listening and seek professional support when needed. Do not continue to listen if the conversations are having a negative impact on your health and well-being.  If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health, or in mental health crisis and you are in the United States you can 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline.  If someone’s life is in danger, immediately call 911.  We do our best to stay current in research, but older episodes are always available.  We don’t warrant or guarantee that this podcast contains complete, accurate or up-to-date information. It’s very important to talk to a medical professional about your individual needs, as we aren’t responsible for any actions you take based on the information you hear in this podcast. We  invite guests onto the podcast. Please note that we don’t verify the accuracy of their statements. Our organization does not endorse third-party content and the views of our guests do not necessarily represent the views of our organization. We talk about general neuro-science and nervous system health, but you are unique. These are conversations for a wide audience. They are general recommendations and you are always advised to seek personal care for your unique outputs, trauma and needs.  We are not doctors or licensed medical professionals. We are certified neuro-somatic practitioners and nervous system health/embodiment coaches. We are not your doctor or medical professional and do not know you and your unique nervous system. This podcast is not a replacement for working with a professional. The BrainBased.com site and Rewiretrail.com is a membership site for general nervous system health, somatic processing and stress processing. It is not a substitute for medical care or the appropriate solution for anyone in mental health crisis.  Any examples mentioned in this podcast are for illustration purposes only. If they are based on real events, names have been changed to protect the identities of those involved.  We’ve done our best to ensure our podcast respects the intellectual property rights of others, however if you have an issue with our content, please let us know by emailing us traumarewired@gmail.com All rights in our content are reserved.
Elisabeth Kristof and Jennifer Wallace close season three of Trauma Rewired by reflecting on the interconnectedness of trauma, the nervous systems and our relationships explored throughout the season. They delve into the season’s most powerful conversations and insightful concepts, including relational patterns like emotional neglect, the neurology of narcissism, the importance of community healing, and more. Listeners were engaged more than ever, so you’ll hear stories of how the season impacted listeners in their healing journeys. Elisabeth and Jennifer also answer common listener questions (and even criticisms), discussing the nuances of healing unique nervous systems. Looking ahead to next season, Elisabeth and Jennifer tease a deeper look into structural trauma, systemic oppression, the mental health industry and science behind these concepts. Plus, if you want more content on CPTSD and the impact of trauma on the nervous system, tune in to find out what you can expect from the upcoming midseason! Topics discussed in this episode:   The biggest takeaways from season three of Trauma Rewired Our deep dive into the science of trauma The profound impact on listeners Answers to listener questions How to safely bring neuro tools into your healing practice Preview of season four: mental health, structural trauma and more   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846
It's no secret that wellness programs like neurosomatic intelligence coaching often lack accessibility in marginalized communities, where populations most in need of such services are usually underserved and underprivileged. Unfortunately, these programs are often not tailored to meet the specific needs of these communities. Hence, there's a pressing need to rethink our approach and become more innovative in how we deliver them. Today, we're joined by Martin Simms, one of our NSI coaches, who has exemplified this innovative approach. Martin has pioneered a sports-based youth development program called D.O.P.E., which utilizes sports and movement to support youth and adolescents in underserved communities, helping them overcome trauma and fostering life skills they might otherwise lack access to. In this episode, Martin shares his personal journey with neurosomatic intelligence coaching, detailing how it transformed his life. He discusses overcoming his own dissociative behaviors and the profound impact it had on his relationships, both with his wife and in raising his son. Additionally, Martin delves into the creative and effective methods employed in his program, illustrating how they've positively impacted lives within his community. Tune in to discover how Martin is actively bridging the wellness gap between communities and much more! Topics discussed in this episode: ●  How dissociation showed up in Martin’s life ●  Creative reflexive responses through neurowork ●  Understanding the worldview of today’s youth ●  How sports is the ultimate neurosomatic intelligence experience ●  How cultural relatability with coaches is crucial to create safe healing spaces ●  Leveraging emotional contagion in sports to teach neurosomatic intelligence ●  The power in creating language around emotion ●  How authenticity attracts aligned people and experiences     Connect with Martin Simms: https://thedopestcoach.com/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired    Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group!   https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired   This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com  
Neurosomatic intelligence can be the key to healing not just trauma, but in the management of chronic pain. Joining us on this episode of Trauma Rewired is Lindsey Wall, a neurosomatic intelligence practitioner, movement practitioner, and Brain-Based Wellness coach. Her personal journey with chronic pain, hypermobility, and neurodiversity highlights the versatility of NSI in healing unique nervous systems. Lindsey shares how NSI has allowed her to navigate these challenges with a deeper understanding of her nervous system, and how she’s bringing her experience into her work with others. We also discuss the strengths of neurodivergence, the emotional component of healing, and the complex interplay between trauma, neurodivergence, and the nervous system. Tune in to this episode that celebrates diversity and healing through nervous system regulation! Topics discussed in this episode:   Lindsey’s healing journey with chronic pain and hypermobility The role of emotion in nervous system training Exploring neurodiversity and sensory experiences Bridging neurodiversity with nervous system regulation The intersection of neurodivergence and trauma   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com
Have you ever wondered why you always end up in the same type of relationships? Or why so many of the people in your life cause you stress? This episode looks at relational patterns through the lens of neurosomatic intelligence, exploring how childhood experiences shape our relationships and, often subconsciously, guide us towards familiar dynamics that are harmful to our health and happiness. Hosts Jennifer and Elisabeth unpack the power of neuroplasticity and its role in rewiring the brain to transform these deeply ingrained patterns. They discuss the importance of understanding our subconscious patterns, cultivating safety, and building a system of support for paving the way for true change and healing. By the end of this episode, you’ll understand how to work with your nervous system to heal and create new, healthy relationships with others and yourself. Tune in now! Topics discussed in this episode:   Unhealthy relational patterns and our health Impact of early childhood experiences on relational patterns How emotional neglect and abuse shape relational patterns Toxic relationship patterns from a neurosomatic perspective Fawn response in relationships The impact of emotional flashbacks on relationships Harnessing neuroplasticity to change relational patterns Creating internal safety for healthier relationships   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com
No person exemplifies the healing power of music more than today’s guest, Toni Jones. A former life coach, Toni wanted to create a tool for clients to improve well-being, leading to the birth of affirmation music. True growth often comes after a period of breaking down, and this was true for Toni during her healing journey through music. In this episode, she shares the profound transformation she underwent after periods of vulnerability and self-discovery. She delves into the cycles of death and rebirth in the healing process, highlighting the need for emotional practices that support emotional processing, personal growth, and renewal. Toni discusses “The Living Room Experience,” her project that fosters community healing and brings a sense of belonging to people through shared experiences. The concept of community healing also comes into play during our conversation on sisterhood and feminine energy, both playing a crucial role in improving relationships and building a support system. Tune in to learn more about the impact of music on nervous system health and self-expression! Topics discussed in this episode:   Mental health and the growth process How positive self-talk improves relationships The process of breaking down and rebuilding The importance of emotional practices in healing The healing power of music and the nervous system Community healing and “The Living Room Experience” Aligned sisterhood The future of affirmation music   Connect with Toni Jones: https://www.iamtonijones.com https://www.instagram.com/iamtonijones   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com/?utm_medium=aff-traumarewired&utm_content&utm_source   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com  
As a neurosomatic relationship and intimacy coach, safety and nervous system regulation are at the heart of Piper Rose's work. They bridge the gap between individual trauma and collective healing in the LGBTQ+, Poly, and Kink communities, emphasizing the crucial role safety plays in self-expression, identity, and overall health. In this episode, Piper delves into this concept of collective healing, distinguishing between individuality versus individuation and highlighting the transformative power of finding a deep sense of connection to one's authentic self and the collective. We also discuss the impact of structural trauma on expression and the complex layers of trauma that manifest not just through events but through the lack of attunement and acceptance from others, further exacerbating feelings of loneliness and shame. Piper shares their insights on important topics like navigating post-trauma identity, emotional processing for healing, getting in touch with your “essence nature” and dismantling internalized shame. This is an important conversation on the nervous system’s role in identity and expression. Tune in now! Topics discussed in this episode:   The concept of safety in the body Piper’s work employing neurosomatic techniques The impact of structural trauma on relational health Collective healing Pronouns and post-trauma identity Rejection sensitivity from a neurosomatic perspective Emotions versus feelings versus experiences   Connect with Piper Rose: https://piperrosecoaching.com/ https://instagram.com/shadowplaycoaching/     Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/     Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com  
Voice and Visibility Season 03, Episode 35 Voice is a profound tool for self-expression, embodiment, and navigating the world around us. In this episode with Elise Bessler, NSI-certified practitioner and voice coach, hosts Jennifer and Elisabeth dive into the power of finding our voice and using it safely through the work of nervous system regulation. Their conversation opens with a discussion of how trauma impacts voice, exploring the connection between trauma responses like freeze and fawn, and the ways NSI can help rewire the patterns that inhibit healthy communication and full expression. Elise shares insights from her personal journey and work in trauma-informed leadership, illustrating how a deeper connection to her voice has revolutionized her ability to set boundaries and live authentically Tune in to learn how activating and liberating your voice is a pathway to healing! Topics discussed in this episode:   Trauma’s impact on voice and its connection with the nervous system Freeze response and voice The connection between the vocal cords, diaphragm, and pelvic floor The healing power of singing Fawn response and setting boundaries Communication and nervous system regulation in leadership How NSI has transformed Elise’s work and personal life   Connect with Elise Besler: https://www.instagram.com/elisebesler/ https://elisebesler.com/links   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! htps://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com    Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/ Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com  
“These tools and drills create the results that we're actually looking for, and that allows us to show up more empowered, to show up more embodied, to take risks.” This quote by today’s guest, Carrie Montgomery, perfectly sums up the transformative power of neurosomatic intelligence for both personal growth and professional success. As a transformational leadership coach, Carrie has embraced these tools to help others align their nervous system health and career development. Now an NSI educator, her approach demonstrates how neurosomatic practices can lead to more authentic business practices, impactful leadership, and healthy collaboration. In this episode, Carrie shares her life-changing experience with NSI and how she’s integrated the work into her business. She dives into the role of nervous system regulation in business, addressing how to overcome burnout, navigate big emotions like shame, and more. Tune in to learn more about the potential of neurosomatic intelligence in the business space! Topics discussed in this episode:   Self-growth and business alignment The role of nervous system health in business success How Carrie brings NSI work into her business Carrie’s personal experience with NSI The importance of defining your ideal client Carrie’s chronic health issues and journey to recovery Integrating nervous system regulation with business development   Connect with Carrie Montgomery: https://www.carriemontgomery.com https://www.instagram.com/realcarriemontgomery/   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com/?utm_medium=aff-traumarewired&utm_content&utm_source   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com
Exploring the intersection of neurosomatic intelligence and self-compassion, this insightful conversation with applied neuro practitioner Amanda Smith sheds light on the profound impact of language and embodiment in reshaping our nervous system to promote true, transformative healing. In this episode, we delve into the critical role our internal language plays in the healing process and embodiment as the key to unlocking self-compassion, offering a refuge from the harsh voices of our inner critic and shame. Amanda discusses the power of the peripheral nervous system for trauma healing, and the use of NSI work to support self-expression and build resilience. Amanda’s work, both as a movement coach and with brain injury patients, illustrates the practical applications of these concepts in trauma healing. Her approach incorporates neurosomatic techniques to enhance neural function and ultimately lead to more self-compassion and healthier relationships. Tune in to learn more about how integrating body awareness and mindful language can significantly influence your trauma recovery and personal growth! Topics discussed in this episode:   Amanda’s work in applied neurology How NSI has impacted her work with clients The role of language in self-compassion Embodiment to overcoming shame and increase compassion Building your nervous system’s capacity and resilience Working with the peripheral nervous system to heal The impact of brain injuries on personality and relationships   Contact Amanda Smith  https://www.instagram.com/amandas_way/ https://www.amandaswaytraining.com/foundations   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com/?utm_medium=aff-traumarewired&utm_content&utm_source   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com  
This week on Trauma Rewired, hosts Jennifer and Elisabeth welcome back Matt Bush of Next Level Neuro to explore the physiology of stress and the transformative power of neurosomatic intelligence. We know that connection is crucial to our survival as humans, but for those with complex trauma, even the healthiest relationships can trigger a stress response and lead to maladaptive behaviors. This episode provides a comprehensive look at how stress impacts our relationships and physical health, and highlights the importance of consistent nervous system training to rewire the brain’s response to stress and build resilience. The conversion starts by examining what happens in the brain when a stress response is activated, and how developmental trauma shapes our nervous system and subconscious reactions as adults. Matt breaks down complex neurological processes, covering the role of the HPA axis, immune dysregulation and increased inflammation. Jennifer also introduces a new concept, called “shameflammation,” as they delve into the connection between chronic stress and disease in the body. Listen to this episode to learn more about stress response in relationships and how you can retrain it through NSI! Topics discussed in this episode:   Understanding the HPA axis and stress response How developmental trauma shapes our stress response General adaptation response and the impact of stress on the body Shame and the inflammatory response The neurological response to stress The connection between social threat, inflammation and stress response Neurosomatic intelligence as a tool for change     Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://neurosomaticintelligence.com   Are you interested in 1:1 private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching? Book your consulation here: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846   Connect with Matt Bush: https://www.nextlevelneuro.com/a/2147666262/2U4AvzLR   FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com
The pelvic bowl is the center of our somatic experience, but the majority of women are disconnected from this crucial part of the body. So today, hosts Jennifer and Elisabeth are joined by Veronica Rottman of Waking Womb to address the importance of pelvic floor health. In this episode, Veronica and our hosts take a deep dive into the relationship to the pelvic floor, exploring the intricate connection the womb space has with our nervous system, emotional regulation, and pleasure. They delve into how societal pressures, personal traumas, and misconceptions about pelvic floor healing contribute to a widespread disconnection from this essential area. Most importantly, they discuss the crucial role the nervous system and emotional processing plays in healing our relationship with the pelvic floor, including how to reconnect and heal the pelvic floor without overwhelm or retraumatization. Tune in now to learn more about this sacred aspect of our physical, mental, and emotional health! Topics discussed in this episode:   Why the pelvic floor relationship is important for healing Dissociation, freeze response and shame in relationship to the pelvic floor Managing emotions in pelvic floor work How chronic self-abandonment impacts the health of the pelvic floor The role of the nervous system in pelvic floor health Addressing physical pain with emotional exploration Misconceptions in pelvic health and trauma healing Finding pleasure in pelvic floor healing Reframing the concept of 'The Body Keeps the Score'   Connect with Veronica Rottman, Waking Womb  IG: https://www.instagram.com/wakingwomb/ https://linktr.ee/Veronica_Constance_   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com/?utm_medium=aff-traumarewired&utm_content&utm_source   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com  
Our bodies are always speaking to us, but often we’re not able to understand or listen to what they’re trying to communicate. In this episode, hosts Jennifer and Elisabeth unpack the complexities of our relationship to the body, including how our perceptions, emotions and beliefs about our bodies significantly impact our overall well-being. They dive deep into the impact the interoceptive system has on the nervous system, emotions and behaviors, especially in relation to disordered eating and body dysmorphia. Jennifer and Elisabeth explore how past traumas shape our body image and inhibit our ability to express emotions safely through the body, sharing their own journeys from the cycle of maladaptive behaviors to loving acceptance. Tune in to hear their insights into having a healthier, more compassionate relationship with your body! Topics discussed in this episode:   Exploring the relationship to the body How we develop our body image Interoceptive awareness and our ability to connect to the body The connection between trauma and the relationship to the body Understanding body dysmorphia and dissociation Sensory mismatch in relation to body dysmorphia The emotional aspect of the relationship to the body Building a healthier relationship to the body   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com/?utm_medium=aff-traumarewired&utm_content&utm_source   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com  
Our bodies are always speaking to us, but often we’re not able to understand or listen to what they’re trying to communicate. In this episode, hosts Jennifer and Elisabeth unpack the complexities of our relationship to the body, including how our perceptions, emotions and beliefs about our bodies significantly impact our overall well-being. They dive deep into the impact the interoceptive system has on the nervous system, emotions and behaviors, especially in relation to disordered eating and body dysmorphia. Jennifer and Elisabeth explore how past traumas shape our body image and inhibit our ability to express emotions safely through the body, sharing their own journeys from the cycle of maladaptive behaviors to loving acceptance. Tune in to hear their insights into having a healthier, more compassionate relationship with your body! Topics discussed in this episode:   Exploring the relationship to the body How we develop our body image Interoceptive awareness and our ability to connect to the body The connection between trauma and the relationship to the body Understanding body dysmorphia and dissociation Sensory mismatch in relation to body dysmorphia The emotional aspect of the relationship to the body Building a healthier relationship to the body   Contact us about private Rewire Neuro-Somatic Coaching: https://brainbased-wellness.com/rewire-private-neuro-somatic-coaching/   Learn more about the Neuro-Somatic Intelligence Coaching program and sign up for the spring cohort now! https://www.neurosomaticintelligence.com/?utm_medium=aff-traumarewired&utm_content&utm_source   Get started training your nervous system with our FREE 2-week offer on the Brain Based Membership site: https://www.rewiretrial.com   Connect with us on social media: @trauma.rewired   Join the Trauma Rewired Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/761101225132846 FREE 1 Year Supply of Vitamin D + 5 Travel Packs from Athletic Greens when you use my exclusive offer: https://www.drinkag1.com/rewired This episode was produced by Podcast Boutique https://www.podcastboutique.com
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