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Please join Dr. Amy as she talks with an incredible friend and expert about health equity.  Alfonso Ramirez discusses the importance of understanding health equity and how it can be utilized to create meaning in medicine. His insights around being culturally responsive, looking at outcomes and systemic barriers to health give us all important factors in healthcare to consider.  LINKS:Alfonso Ramireze Sanctuary Model Neurosequential Model of EducationRESOURCESDr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com 
Join Dr. Amy and Drs. Teri Pettersen and Keith Cheng as we discuss stories of healing when working with children in pediatrics and child psychiatry. They dive into how physicians can deepen their relationships with children and families by discussing traumatic events openly. Plus, they share incredible stories about their work with families, how they became interested in discussing adversity and what gives them hope.  LINKSOriginal ACES StudyThe Sanctuary ModelOPAL K FREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com  
Join Dr. Amy and her guest, Dr. Dominic Corrigan of Physicians Anonymous as we explore the complexity of physician burnout. Dr. Corrigan shares his deeply personal story as a way to help others feel less alone and more supported in community.  His journey from psychiatrist to coach and mentor is inspirational, heart-wrenching, and a must-listen.RESOURCESPhysicians AnonymousDr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com 
Join Dr. Eric Wiser and I as we discuss the intricacies of rural medicine and how important trauma-informed work presents in this area. Eric is a compassionate, heart-felt physician with years of experience working in rural communities. He's passionate about living within the communities where you work and how traditional rules don't always apply. RESOURCESOregon Office of Rural HealthDr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com
Join me and Dr. Guy Macpherson, podcast host of the well-known show, Trauma Therapist Podcast. We're talking about the importance of being fully human in the work of trauma. Guy discusses how he got into this field, why talking about trauma is fundamental and why it allows us to be who we are - our WHOLE selves. It's such a great conversation about being humans who are also professionals. You'll leave this episode feeling a bit less overwhelmed when we discuss trauma and the messiness of being human.  Get ready to honor who you are and transform how we talk about medicine and trauma. LINKS The Trauma Therapist Podcast Guy on Facebook Twitter: @guy_phd Instagram: @thetraumatherapistpodcastRESOURCESDr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com 
In this short podcast, Dr. Amy takes you through a brief history of the ACE study and discusses the study's challenges and limitations. She then takes a walk through the history and impact of the study, including the infamous TED talk that Dr. Nadine Burke-Harris presented. Dr. Amy then takes you through some of the elements needed to understand trauma, including the categories of trauma, definitions of both historical and intergenerational trauma, and, most importantly, ties together the implications trauma can have on chronic diseases.By the end of this podcast, you'll have additional knowledge about the types of hidden traumas that your patients may have experienced, how to understand the broad scope of trauma, and the importance of building trauma screening into everyday practice. And if you thought that this only applied to providers, you will learn that every step in a patient's healthcare journey is impacted by trauma, and awareness amongst every team member is essential.  WHO SHOULD LISTEN: Physicians, nurses, healthcare providers, psychologists, people RESOURCESNational Childhood Traumatic Stress NetworkDr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com 
In her debut podcast launch, Dr. Amy engages in a riveting discussion with Dr. Ken Ginsberg, a pediatrician with 35 years of experience.  Dr. Ginsberg is a resiliency expert who focuses on building trauma awareness in medicine, establishing tools and resources for providers, and shifting the lens from what is “wrong” with patients to what is “good and right” with them.  During this hour-long podcast, you will get to explore a different perspective when it comes to treating kids who have experienced trauma.  More importantly, you’ll learn how to reframe the conversation with your patients and explore positive ways to deal with trauma.  You’ll learn that you can advocate for resiliency, instead of framing a patient as “broken”  You’ll also learn not to take it personally and how to avoid changing the narrative for your own perspective. As providers, you will need to be there for the critical moments in your patient's lives.  This captures all the elements of your patients’ lives, whether it be the good or the bad.  However, after listening to this podcast, you’ll learn how to focus on the good, so that when the bad does happen, your patients will be well equipped to handle it.  Dr. Ginsburg is the Founding Director of CPTC and Professor of Pediatrics at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. He travels the world speaking to a parent, professional, and youth audiences and is the author of 5 award-winning parenting books including a multimedia professional toolkit on “Reaching Teens.” CPTC follows his strength-based philosophy and resilience-building model. For more on Dr. Ginsburg visit www.fosteringresilience.com.RESOURCESDr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com 
When you hear the word trauma-informed care, what comes to mind? Do the words speak to you?  During this short introductory podcast, we join Dr. Amy on the journey that she began many years ago when she first started exploring the world of trauma-informed care and meet her where she is today… making a podcast to help the world better understand.During this podcast, Dr. Amy discusses her early start and experiences in trauma-informed care.  While working with both incarcerated adults and very young children who had experienced significant trauma in their lives, she observed that their files were shockingly similar, almost like a continuum from childhood through early adulthood.  Through the course of her residency, she learned that this phenomenon has a name:  complex trauma. RESOURCES Dr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com 
When you hear the word trauma-informed care, what comes to mind?  Do the words speak to you?  During this short introductory podcast, we join Dr. Amy on the journey that she began many years ago when she first started exploring the world of trauma-informed care and meet her where she is today… making a podcast to help the world better understand. From early discussions surrounding the ACEs study to developing a curriculum and becoming a subject matter expert, Dr. Amy opens up the conversation about trauma-informed care and what it means in our ever-changing world. In this episode, we also discuss the vision and makeup for this podcast, which is:A mix of educationGuest speakersElevate voices to be sure we’re always looking at trauma through the lens of equitySpotlight providers working in areas that you might not be as familiar with and, Every once in a while, I’ll provide a little re-cap because this can be overwhelming work Keep listening to people’s stories and let them transform you. Keep sharing your own because your humanity will heal others. RESOURCES MENTIONED Dr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipNadine Burke Harris Ted TalkChildren’s Health AllianceFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com
ABOUT THE PODCASTThis podcast is The Most Important Medicine: Responding to Trauma and Creating Resilience in Primary Care, and I am your host, Dr. Amy. This podcast is where I meet with healthcare providers to discuss what trauma is and how it presents in primary care. Then, we talk about how to respond to trauma by building resilience in ourselves and our patients. We'll listen to providers tell their stories about how to bring humanity into medicine and transform how we respond to trauma through relational leadership, early relational health, and connection. It's truly the MOST important medicine! You can find out more via the link below! RESOURCESDr. Amy's Provider NewsletterProvider Lounge MembershipFREE DOWNLOADSProvider Lounge Virtual Meeting FreebieStart Creating Boundaries Handout & ScriptGuide To Creating Cultures of Trust At WorkDon’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and InstagramFor more information visit www.doctoramyllc.com 
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