20 min

Breaking the Cycle of Trauma Common Denominator

    • Self-Improvement

Psychologist and intergenerational trauma expert Dr. Mariel Buque joins us to explain how trauma is passed down through generations, the impact it has on our families, and how we can ultimately heal from it.

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Topics
1:30 – Intergenerational trauma has both genetic and psychological components.
4:05 – Who is most susceptible to intergenerational trauma?
6:00 – What are some practical ways to heal your trauma?
10:50 – Why mapping out your family tree is a critical piece of addressing your trauma.
13:30 – How to make sure you don’t pass your trauma down to your kids.
17:28 – Why are so many people reluctant to see a therapist?

Psychologist and intergenerational trauma expert Dr. Mariel Buque joins us to explain how trauma is passed down through generations, the impact it has on our families, and how we can ultimately heal from it.

If you enjoy this episode, please consider leaving a rating and a review. It makes a huge difference in helping us spread the word about the show.

Thanks for listening! To join our #POSITIVITY community or to learn more about Moshe, visit https://linktr.ee/moshepopack

Topics
1:30 – Intergenerational trauma has both genetic and psychological components.
4:05 – Who is most susceptible to intergenerational trauma?
6:00 – What are some practical ways to heal your trauma?
10:50 – Why mapping out your family tree is a critical piece of addressing your trauma.
13:30 – How to make sure you don’t pass your trauma down to your kids.
17:28 – Why are so many people reluctant to see a therapist?

20 min