10 episodios

The trauma-informed paradigm is challenging traditional views and approach in a wide variety of areas in education, social work, psychology, and public health. Each week the Trauma-Informed Lens Podcasters Curt Mower, Jerry Yager, and Matthew Bennett explore aspects of the trauma-informed paradigm and how it challenges traditional views of service delivery and current events. Join the revolution!

Trauma-Informed Lens Matthew Bennett, Curt Mower, & Jerry Yager

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The trauma-informed paradigm is challenging traditional views and approach in a wide variety of areas in education, social work, psychology, and public health. Each week the Trauma-Informed Lens Podcasters Curt Mower, Jerry Yager, and Matthew Bennett explore aspects of the trauma-informed paradigm and how it challenges traditional views of service delivery and current events. Join the revolution!

    Author Rebecca Bloom

    Author Rebecca Bloom

    In this episode author and art therapist, Rebecca Bloom joins the show to discuss her book Vicarious Trauma Illustrated.
    Rebecca’s Information
    http://www.bloomcounseling.com/vicarious-trauma-illustrated.html
    @rtext on Instagram.
    

    • 50 min
    Self-Care Circle: What Self-care Means to Us

    Self-Care Circle: What Self-care Means to Us

    This episode begins an intermittent theme of the podcast moving forward. Dr. Olga Vera and Jonathon Basilio join Matt to talk about our views on the relationship between self-care and trauma-informed care. In this conversation we discuss our thinking about self-care from a personal and professional perspective.

    • 51 min
    Interview with Sarah Bennett Author of Trauma-Sensitive Early Education

    Interview with Sarah Bennett Author of Trauma-Sensitive Early Education

    Sarah Bennett, the author of Trauma-Sensitive Early Education, joins the show to talk about her book and how she integrated trauma-sensitive approaches into her work as a 1st-grade teacher.
     

    • 41 min
    The Wisdom of the Heart

    The Wisdom of the Heart

    I finished my last post with:
    Just over a year ago, I learned about a reliable, intensively researched and simple biometric that measured the health of the brain, nervous system and all the other systems (digestion, immune, cardiovascular, respiratory) that were negatively impacted by trauma. Research also showed that this biometric effectively measures improvements or declines in social, emotional, and physical health. (Click here for full post)
    In the history of medicine and psychology, there have been a small set of significant events that helped reset our understanding of health, illness, and treatment. Antibiotics, MRI brain scans, cognitive behavioral therapy, vaccinations, trauma-informed care, X-rays and other advancements have changed millions of lives over the past hundred years. Today, another scientific and technological advancement has the power to be just as impactful on human health and wellness especially for those struggling to overcome the pain and suffering of trauma.
    So, what is this powerful biometric that measures both the impact of trauma and the post-traumatic growth process? It turns out that our hearts hold a fantastic amount of information and wisdom on the health of our minds and bodies.
    Most of us know that heart rate is a measure of the number of heartbeats per minute. We now know that the true wisdom of the heart speaks through the rhythm of its beat. The rhythm of the heart is termed Heart Rate Variability or HRV. HRV is the variability between successive heartbeats over a period of time. Heart rate measures the average number of beats per minute, HRV concerns the intervals between each beat.
    If we are listening, HRV provides us messages about the impact of trauma, stress and harmful behaviors on our minds and bodies. If we are listening, HRV also gives us information on the effectiveness of interventions, positive life choices and charts the healing process. We are entering a period where we can measure what is happening underneath the skin and get a window into the mind.
    Obviously, we need a more in-depth exploration of the science in future posts. But I want to leave you with the hope that so much of the mystery and speculation of the healing process is now quantifiable. A simple biometric that will help us move our thinking on best practices from what works for the masses to what works for this specific person and where they are at in this moment of their journey

    • 41 min
    Episode 96: Trauma Informed Lens Reboot!

    Episode 96: Trauma Informed Lens Reboot!

    I’m back! Yes, it has been a long time. In this episode, Matt updates listeners on why there hasn’t been a show in a while and what to expect in 2020.

    • 6 min
    Episode 95: Big Idea Series: Meaning of Life

    Episode 95: Big Idea Series: Meaning of Life

    Podcasters: Matt Bennett & Dr. Jerry Yager
    In this episode, we continue our exploration the intersection of some of the biggest and most powerful ideas in history and modern science using Johnathan Haidt’s The Happiness Hypothesis as our guide. This week we put the trauma-informed lens on the meaning of life. How does helping those we serve to find meaning help them build resiliency and post-traumatic growth?
    Discussion Questions:

    What “meaning” do you believe guides clients in their life and decision making?
    How does your work help you fulfill your “meaning” of life?
    Can you identify ways to help clients find meaning through love, work, religion, or culture?

    • 45 min

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