The trauma (both physical and emotional) individuals experiences throughout life have effects that flow not only to the individuals themselves, but also to their friends and family. For instance, a child will internalize the anxiety of his mother. And vice-versa, trauma experienced by larger groups can transfer effects to individual members of the group and those they interact with. In this podcast with Michael Ostrolenk, psychotherapist Dr. Eric Wolterstorff explores the physical & neurological pathways the effects of trauma use to move between individuals and groups. Learn more about Dr. Wolterstorff’s work healing individuals and families at www.loveandtrauma.com and his work with organizational trauma at www.shiftingculture.com.
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