Tag Archives: trauma recovery university

Is it possible for us to also be toxic, unsafe, or abusive?

4 Feb. 2019 Tonight we will discuss a question I get often which is “Is it possible for us to also be toxic, unsafe, or abusive?” Please know I have received some version of this message no less than 100 times since I began serving the complex trauma community back in January 2014. Thank you… Read More »

Books on Self-Care for Adult Survivors of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Q&A Monday

14 January Q&A Livestream #CPTSDchat on the topic of “Books on Self-Care for Adult Survivors of ACEs (Adverse Childhood Experiences)” This conversation we are having during this video may be especially helpful for those who were abused or neglected from the ages of 0-8 years of age by a narcissistic parent or caregiver. Psychological abuse,… Read More »

Self-Care For Survivors of Complex PTSD – Q&A Mondays

7 January Q&A Livestream #CPTSDchat on the topic of “Self-Care For Survivors of Complex PTSD” This conversation we are having during this video may be especially helpful for those who were abused or neglected from the ages of 0-8 years of age by a narcissistic parent or caregiver. Psychological abuse, coercion, emotional neglect, and all… Read More »

Everyone’s Healing Journey is Different – Let’s Discuss Ours

31 Dec Q&A Livestream #CPTSDchat on the topic of “Everyone’s Healing Journey is Different” This conversation we are having during this video may be especially helpful for those who were abused or neglected from the ages of 0-8 years of age by a narcissistic parent or caregiver. Psychological abuse, coercion, emotional neglect, and all forms… Read More »

Feelings of Abandonment During the Holidays Q&A with Athena

24December 2018 * Sometimes dysfunctional families isolate their child(ren) to ensure their silence. Abuse happens more prevalently when toxic and/ or exploitative people/ abusers are not held accountable for their actions. If you experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and are now living with symptoms of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) this discussion will help you… Read More »

Isolation, Adverse Childhood Experiences and CPTSD Symptoms Live Q&A with Athena

3 December 2018 * Sometimes dysfunctional families isolate their child(ren) to ensure their silence. Abuse happens more prevalently when toxic and/ or exploitative people/ abusers are not held accountable for their actions. If you experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and are now living with symptoms of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) this discussion will help… Read More »

Isolation, Adverse Childhood Experiences and CPTSD Symptoms Live Q&A with Athena

3 December 2018 * Sometimes dysfunctional families isolate their child(ren) to ensure their silence. Abuse happens more prevalently when toxic and/ or exploitative people/ abusers are not held accountable for their actions. If you experienced adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and are now living with symptoms of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD) this discussion will help… Read More »

ACEs and Family of Origin During Holidays

26 Nov Q&A Livestream #CPTSDchat on the topic of “ACEs and Family of Origin During Holidays” This conversation we are having during this video may be especially helpful for those who were abused or neglected from the ages of 0-8 years of age by a narcissistic parent or caregiver. Psychological abuse, coercion, emotional neglect, and… Read More »

CPTSD and Resilience: Action Steps Using ACEs and Trauma-Informed Care

12 November Live Q&A Open Discussion: Neuroscience, Neuroplasticity, ACEs study, Trauma Informed Care (TIC), Resilience, Self-regulation skills – CPTSD Action Steps Using ACEs and Trauma-Informed Care: A Resilience Model Tonight’s open discussion is based on the paper published in April 2017 by Laurie Leitch and Helat and Justice It can be found here at this… Read More »