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TRMA21Biology of Trauma Summit

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Event Experts

  • Aimie Apigian, MD, MS, MPH

    Aimie Apigian, MD, MS, MPH

    21-day Journey Q&A with Dr. Aimie Apigian

  • Peter Levine, PhD

    Peter Levine, PhD

    Addicted to Emotions and the Innate Capacity for Healing

  • Charles Gant, MD, PhD

    Charles Gant, MD, PhD

    Addiction Protocol that Yields the Best Recovery Rates in the Country

  • Kiné Corder

    Kiné Corder

    Addressing the Trauma Behind Your Money Style and Why We Retraumatize Ourselves About Money

  • Reed Davis, FDN-P, CMTA

    Reed Davis, FDN-P, CMTA

    Biology of Trauma is Metabolic Chaos

  • Erica Komisar, LCSW

    Erica Komisar, LCSW

    COVID-19, Trauma and Kids With Anxiety and ADHD

  • Misty Williams

    Misty Williams

    Creating Healing Sleep When Sleep Won't Come

  • Joan Rosenberg, PhD

    Joan Rosenberg, PhD

    Disguised Grief and Its Effects On Your Body

  • Roseann Capanna-Hodge, LPC, CMHIMP, BCN

    Roseann Capanna-Hodge, LPC, CMHIMP, BCN

    Effective Tools for Rewiring the Neurobiology of Trauma

  • Donna Eden

    Donna Eden

    Energy Medicine for Trauma and Overwhelm

  • Sabriya Dobbins, BSW

    Sabriya Dobbins, BSW

    Essential Experiential Activities for Mental Wellbeing

  • Peter Osborne, DC, DACBN, PScD

    Peter Osborne, DC, DACBN, PScD

    Gluten, Grains and the Trauma of Inflammation

  • Jonathan Otto

    Jonathan Otto

    God, Trauma and Religion: Your Worldview of the Divine

  • Wendy Myers, ND

    Wendy Myers, ND

    How Emotional Trauma Affects Your Energy and Biofield

  • Jennifer Powter, MSc, CSEP-CEP, CPCC

    Jennifer Powter, MSc, CSEP-CEP, CPCC

    How Perfectionism from Childhood Sabotages Your Weight Loss

  • Hyla Cass, MD

    Hyla Cass, MD

    Leveraging Endocannabinoids and CBD for Mood, Addictions and Inflammation

  • Barry Bruder, ICT, ICP, CH

    Barry Bruder, ICT, ICP, CH

    Microcurrent Neurofeedback for Mental Health, Addictions and Brain Optimization

  • Tom O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN

    Tom O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN

    Minor Head Traumas Cause Big Problems for Success in Trauma Therapy

  • Bette Lamont, CMA, CC

    Bette Lamont, CMA, CC

    NeuroDevelopmental Movement: Why People Are More Prone to Trauma Than Ever Before

  • Neil Paulvin, DO

    Neil Paulvin, DO

    Power of NAD+ for Trauma Recovery

  • Evan Brand, CFMP, NTP

    Evan Brand, CFMP, NTP

    PTSD of the Immune System

  • Elena Villanueva, DC

    Elena Villanueva, DC

    Reverse Engineering the Amygdala Hijack Through Neuroplasticity

  • Trudy Scott, CN

    Trudy Scott, CN

    Supporting Low Serotonin and Low GABA as Part of Trauma Therapy

  • Jodi Cohen, NTP

    Jodi Cohen, NTP

    Supporting Trauma Recovery with Essential Oils

  • Tricia Nelson

    Tricia Nelson

    The Addiction to the Dopamine Hit with Emotional Eating

  • Pedram Shojai, OMD

    Pedram Shojai, OMD

    The Big Picture of Trauma on a Social Level

  • Diane Poole Heller, PhD

    Diane Poole Heller, PhD

    The Biology of Secure Attachment

  • Darren Maguire, CTS, MIGPS

    Darren Maguire, CTS, MIGPS

    The Biology of Trauma in Relationships: Trauma-Informed Relationships

  • Titus Chiu, MS, DC, DACNB

    Titus Chiu, MS, DC, DACNB

    The Brain Stuck in Inflammation and Overwhelm Cycle

  • Romie Mushtaq, MD, ABIHM

    Romie Mushtaq, MD, ABIHM

    The Brain's Stress Response and Busy Brain Symptoms

  • Eva Detko, PhD, MSc, BA (Hons)

    Eva Detko, PhD, MSc, BA (Hons)

    The Key to the Vagus Nerve

  • David Rabin, MD, PhD

    David Rabin, MD, PhD

    The Latest Advances in Trauma, Burnout and Resilience

  • Ameet Aggarwal, ND

    Ameet Aggarwal, ND

    The Liver and Gut in the Biology of Trauma

  • Debi Silber, PhD

    Debi Silber, PhD

    The Pain and Healing of Post-Betrayal Syndrome

  • Pantea Kalhor

    Pantea Kalhor

    The Trauma of Biology in Infertility

  • Keesha Ewers, PhD, ARNP-C, IFM-C, AAP

    Keesha Ewers, PhD, ARNP-C, IFM-C, AAP

    The Trauma/Autoimmune Biology and Personality

  • Lindsey Elmore, PharmD, BCPS, CYT-250

    Lindsey Elmore, PharmD, BCPS, CYT-250

    Tools to Rewire Your Limbic System and Amygdala For Safety

  • Natasha Fallahi, DC

    Natasha Fallahi, DC

    Transforming High Sensitivity Into a Super-Power for Empaths

  • Louise Swartswalter, ND, CBS

    Louise Swartswalter, ND, CBS

    Trauma and Integrating Brain Soul Success

  • Peter Kan, DC, DACNB, FAAIM, CFMP

    Peter Kan, DC, DACNB, FAAIM, CFMP

    Trauma and Tackling Brain Inflammation

  • Alex Howard

    Alex Howard

    Trauma, Emotions and Repairing Emotional Disconnect

  • Marcelle Pick, OB-GYN, NP

    Marcelle Pick, OB-GYN, NP

    Types of Adrenal and Hormone Imbalances from Old Trauma

  • Christine Schaffner, ND

    Christine Schaffner, ND

    Using Movement to Release Stored Trauma

  • Cynthia Thurlow, NP

    Cynthia Thurlow, NP

    When Intermittent Fasting is Too Much Stress for Your Body

  • Evan H. Hirsch, MD

    Evan H. Hirsch, MD

    When Trauma Comes With Fatigue

  • William Walsh, PhD, FACN

    William Walsh, PhD, FACN

    Why PTSD is Epigenetic and How to Predict an Epigenetic Crisis

  • Jason Prall

    Jason Prall

    Why Trauma Work is Part of Longevity and Optimal Performance

Trauma becomes our biology, and stored in the body, becomes the unconscious program running our mental and physical health to exhaustion. Join us to find science-based solutions for resilience and recovery!

Trauma is an experience or event that overwhelms a person’s biology to cope.

Everyone has experienced some form of trauma in their life, and in these challenging times, many people are feeling incredibly overwhelmed. Mental health challenges, sleep disturbances, addictions and worsening chronic conditions are skyrocketing, and our caretakers — parents, healthcare workers, mental health professionals, addiction counselors — are particularly vulnerable.

People tend to think of the long-term effects of trauma as psychological, but in fact, the body and brain both experience lasting biological changes. Burnout, substance abuse, depression, anxiety, PTSD, pain, weight gain, gut issues and chronic fatigue are all part of the predictable patterns of stored trauma.

To find the way out, you have to understand the biology of trauma: the biology that predisposes you to trauma and keeps you stuck in fear, insecurity and inflammation even if you are doing all the treatments, therapy and meditation.

When you do, it becomes possible to be strategic and targeted in your approach. You’ll be able to see the points of intervention to reverse engineer the biology of trauma and actually accelerate the healing journey to your best physical and mental health.

Meet Your Host

Aimie Apigian, MD, MS, MPH

Aimie Apigian, MD, MS, MPH

Dr. Aimie Apigian is a double board-certified physician in preventive and addiction medicine. She graduated from Loma Linda University in 2010 with her medical degree and then a double master’s in biochemistry and later in public health. Having personal experience in foster parenting, adopting and then with her own health crash, she has discovered that none of us are spared from negative life experiences that get stored in our body. In addition to her addiction medicine work and private concierge medical practice for driven individuals, she is the founder and CEO of Trauma Healing Accelerated, an LLC dedicated to providing education and programs for those wanting to understand and know how to strategically address the effects of stored trauma and emotions in the body for the next level aliveness in us all.

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