This episode may not be appropriate for all audiences. Parental discretion is advised.For the month of February, Michelle and Seth kick off a new series entitled "Trauma Trials." The goal in this series is to discuss and examine what trauma is and provide information regarding its impact on everyday
Publish Date: Feb 06, 2021
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This episode may not be appropriate for all audiences. Parental discretion is advised.For the month of February, Michelle and Seth kick off a new series entitled "Trauma Trials." The goal in this series is to discuss and examine what trauma is and provide information regarding its impact on everyday people (i.e. provide an overview). In this first episode, "What is Trauma?", Michelle and Seth barely scratch the surface but before they dive into the subject matter, they share two in-depth 'mental minutes.' Michelle has been very, very ill and Seth has been overcome with grief as of late. After sharing, they begin a discussion around trauma. Specifically- they explore some of body science that goes alongside trauma, emotional responses and a review of fight/flight/freeze. As the podcast moves through this series, we strive to provide information without judgment. We're going to get deeper into this so if you're going to be listening to the show, know that it might get bumpy but hang with us.The plan is that this series will provide a general overview of trauma. After establishing a foundation of what trauma is and looks like, the plan is to spend much of 2021 exploring specific topics related to trauma. Examples could include domestic violence, religious trauma, and even divorce.Much of information discussed and shared on the podcast is taken from "Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body In the Healing of Trauma" - Bessel Van Der Kolk, M.D.To get involved with Mental, check out:***NEW website: https://www.mental-podcast.com***Hotline: Call or text: 314-690-5005***Merch: https://www.storefrontier.com/ftgnetwork***Interested in bonus content + direct access?: https://www.patreon.com/mentalpodcast