Tag Archives: intergenerational trauma

What you need to know about post traumatic intergenerational trauma

History affects the present and future. Inclusion Strategist Karlyn Percil speaks about the struggle many face today in battling post traumatic intergenerational trauma. Click here for more info: https://bit.ly/2UGKBY7 Cityline is the longest running and most successful daytime show for women in North American history. Host Tracy Moore brings her energy and enthusiasm along with… Read More »

Intergenerational Trauma Animation

If people don’t have the opportunity to heal from trauma, they may unknowingly pass it on to others through their behaviour. Their children may experience difficulties with attachment, disconnection from their extended families and culture and high levels of stress from family and community members who are dealing with the impacts of trauma. This can… Read More »

Let’s Talk Intergenerational Trauma

Previously recorded in a live discussion on facebook Intergenerational Trauma – From Wikipedia: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transgenerational_trauma “Transgenerational trauma is trauma that is transferred from the first generation of trauma survivors to the second and further generations of offspring of the survivors via complex post-traumatic stress disorder mechanisms.” From: The Globe and Mail https://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health-and-fitness/health-advisor/the-intergenerational-trauma-of-first-nations-still-runs-deep/article23013789/ “Intergenerational trauma, or transgenerational… Read More »

What Is Post-Traumatic Growth? A Practical Understanding

Have you ever heard of the term Post Traumatic Growth? If not, you are not alone. A lot of my clients haven’t heard of the term including a lot of people who have experienced trauma. It isn’t a term that most people talk about. In fact, the term is rather “new” in today’s literature on… Read More »

Intergenerational Trauma and its Cultural Implications with Tamara Hill

Brought to you by: [SPECIAL REPORT] Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome Theory and Social Justice by Dr. Nzingha Dalila http://bit.ly/2tunPWa ————– Topics of Discussion: Basic definition of what it is and what it looks like in families and cultures, especially the African American culture Social, emotional/psychological, and generational consequences of being exposed to inter-generational trauma Cultural… Read More »